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  • Back to the start
    Back to the start
    This short animation was produced by Chipotle to emphasize the importance of developing a sustainable food system. By film-maker Johnny Kelly, this short animation depicts the life of a farmer as he slowly turns his family farm into an industrial animal factory before seeing the errors of his ways and […]
  • Sneak Peek Videos
    Sneak Peek Videos
    Check out these scenes from the film and get a sneak peak view into how we can start RE:thinking our planet!  
  • Sneak Peek Video
    Sneak Peek Video
    Here is another sneak peek from “Planet RE:think”……
  • World Premiere Reactions
    World Premiere Reactions
    The film brought out a mix of emotions in the high profiled audience, both shocking and inspiring the red carpet delegates. However, most importantly they were all left hopeful with the solutions and stories the film presents, emphasizing how we together can change the scope of our future on this […]
  • RE:thinking film – Carbon Farmers
    RE:thinking film – Carbon Farmers
    This is the story about three Italian brothers, who are running a family farm in Tuscany in a completely sustainable, biodynamic and CO2-neutral way. It is an awe-inspiring story and a business model which is replicable around the world!
  • RE:thinking film – The Ecology of Wine
    RE:thinking film – The Ecology of Wine
    This is a story about sustainably wine-production in the region of Raimat in the North of Spain.
  • RE:thinking film – The Swedish Forestry Model
    RE:thinking film – The Swedish Forestry Model
    This is a story from Sweden about a sustainable forestry model, which increases the CO2 absorption to such an extent that Sweden in the near future will  be able to absorb double the amount of CO2 compared to today.
  • RE:thinking film – Rain On Snow
    RE:thinking film – Rain On Snow
    This is a story from Sweden about a special weather condition called Rain-on-snow, which is causing great grief among Sami reindeer herders. The thawing-freezing of their food, the lichen, is literally killing thousands of reindeer, because their stomachs are not used to dealing with these new weather conditions. A result […]
  • First Study of Its Kind Detects 44 Hazardous Air Pollutants at Gas Drilling Sites
    First Study of Its Kind Detects 44 Hazardous Air Pollutants at Gas Drilling Sites
    SOURCE: Inside Climate News The environmental and health costs to society are unknown, but are likely to be extraordinary high. With Gas wells in some states being drilled near schools and homes, scientists see that there is a need for better laws on chemical disclosure and follow-up research. For years, […]
  • Carbon Dioxide Emissions Up to 2.4 Million Pounds a Second
    Carbon Dioxide Emissions Up to 2.4 Million Pounds a Second
    The amount of heat-trapping pollution the world spewed, rose again last year by 3 percent. So scientists say it’s now unlikely that global warming can be limited to a couple of degrees, despite this limit is an international goal.
  • Owners and employees of a string of waste disposal companies fined over £200,000 for exporting dumped electronics to the developing world
    Owners and employees of a string of waste disposal companies fined over £200,000 for exporting dumped electronics to the developing world
    The men were found to have been at the heart of a lucrative trade which sends tonnes of waste computers and other consumer durables to west Africa and Asia.
  • Shocking World Bank Climate Report: ‘A 4°C [7°F] World Can, And Must, Be Avoided’ To Avert ‘Devastating’ Impacts
    Shocking World Bank Climate Report: ‘A 4°C [7°F] World Can, And Must, Be Avoided’ To Avert ‘Devastating’ Impacts
    Another day, another staid international organization reviews the latest climate science and rings the loudest possible alarm.
  • Air pollution in notoriously polluted Beijing at dangerous levels that are expected to linger
    Air pollution in notoriously polluted Beijing at dangerous levels that are expected to linger
    Air pollution readings in China’s notoriously polluted capital were at dangerously high levels for the second straight day Saturday, with hazy skies blocking visibility and authorities urging people to stay indoors.
  • Sustainable Schools: 14 Smart Green Learning Facilities
    Sustainable Schools: 14 Smart Green Learning Facilities
    These 14 school buildings, from a simple primary school in Cambodia to a high-tech university in Sweden, don’t just provide a learning environment for students – they’re also stunning examples of sustainability in architecture.
  • China’s Smog So Bad, a Huge Fire Burns Unnoticed For 3 Hours
    China’s Smog So Bad, a Huge Fire Burns Unnoticed For 3 Hours
    It’s being called the “Airpocalypse.” The pollution in the eastern part of China and particularly in Beijing, the capital, is the worst the country has experienced in recent memory, if not ever.
  • Watch The Planet RE:think Trailer
    Watch The Planet RE:think Trailer
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