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World renowned aerial photographer Yanns Arthus-Bertrand produced a one and a half hour film last year titled the Home Project, and I finally got around to watching it a few nights ago. I may be late with this, but I thought it was worth mentioning in case you have not heard or seen this documentary. It is a masterpiece of aerial cinematography combined with hypnotic and haunting music, and powerful narration by Glen Close. It makes the case for man’s direct connection to global warming, the effect it is having on the planet, and best of all, some of the positive steps we’re slowly taking towards alternative energy sources.

Learning as much as possible about this controversial subject is the best way to make intelligent choices for the future, and I believe this film is very effective in its presentation of the potential dangers we face in the future. If nothing else, it it a visual feast for nature and landscape photographers, and you can watch it completely free in high-definition on YouTube. Watch it here.

RR Jr

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  1. Thank you for the heads up to this amazing film. I watched it last night with a few college friends and we were all emotionally moved by it. So glad to see a movie about climate change that does not just factualize or dramaticize everything. In it’s vital and gorgeous portrayal of our planet, it warns us, yet encourages us toward the future. If you dont mind I’m quoting your description on my blog, with all the links of course.
    -Joaquin

    1. I’m really glad you enjoyed it with your friends, it does convey a powerful message and a wake up call to those who still are in the dark about this global problem. Feel free to use whatever content you like, and I appreciate your feedback, and your willingness to share this film and its message with others!

      RR

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