9 September 2014 | k_curfman
If 'Religious Drama' Means Awareness of Worldwide Environmental Issues This is For You
Not Sure what 'Intellectual Adult's' beef is with his post calling this documentary a 'religious drama,' but most his reviews on environmental issues are profoundly negative, and he gave a better review to a documentary on drug dealing, so it is hard to believe him/her. We probably won't be able to find any common ground with someone like that.
The biologists, ecologists, physicists, humanitarians, and "earth doctors" that helped put this work together are outstanding, honorable individuals; people whom you would want to go camping or fishing with, or take a class from--unlike politicians that bought their way into office riding the coattails of the corporate elite to block or aim to repeal environmental policy change.
The organizations these humanitarians represent to help educate people and change policy all over the world is a generosity beyond comparison. It is a life work that can leave people in awe; informed people that have become aware. The World Resources Institute is one example of an organization making global change to better its societies and environmental health.
This documentary raises awareness of the political and environmental hurdles we all must face to maintain a balanced natural environment, not repeal it.
It reminds us that our world needs to be balanced; we cannot live only for money--We cannot eat money.