A mini-documentary about a rising movement to take on the climate crisis and fight the fossil fuel industry.
Produced by 350.org and available to stream with subtitles in 13 languages via Youtube.
A feature-length 2016 movie by Leonardo DiCaprio – available to stream for free on Youtube or Facebook.
A growing group of concerned citizens no longer trusts politicians to tackle climate change. They now focus on the financial sector and receive help from unexpected sources. Big banks like HSBC, Citibank and the regulating Bank of England recently started to warn against the so-called ‘carbon bubble’. Investing in coal, oil and gas not only causes temperatures to rise, but it also involves substantial financial risks, for pensions for example. Armed with this new weapon, activists are summoning pension funds, universities and other funds to reduce their investments in fossil fuels.
This short documentary produced by VPRO is available in English (below) and Dutch.
How ordinary people are mobilising to disrupt the fossil fuel industry by redirecting investment.
A 25-minute documentary produced by Al Jazeera.
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