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CO2: Tomorrow I Quit| 11mins
Director: Frank Schneider | Producer: Noé21
Focus Years: 2006 | Country: Switzerland
Subject Tags: energy, europe, global, resources, sustainability, switzerland
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The management of climate change is the major challenge that our civilization will have to face this century. From the industrial revolution onwards, the consumption of fossil fuels has greatly contributed to the modification of our atmosphere's composition. By retracing the origins of petroleum, coal and gas, this film shows us how the present CO2 emissions are a threat to the Earth's climate. Looking beyond this reality, realistic solutions at the heart of an international debate are shown such as Ecological Fiscal Reform.
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