A disturbing, compassionate, sometimes humorous personal essay about coming to grips with climate change, resource crises, environmental meltdown, and the demise of the American lifestyle.
Friends and experts analyze the historical, social, and psychological factors driving us toward human extinction.
Bennett and Erickson challenge their audience to face difficult times with courage and integrity.
Featuring interviews with noted authors and scientists Daniel Quinn, Derrick Jensen, Richard Heinberg, William Catton, Jerry Mander, Chellis Glendinning, Richard Manning, Thomas Berry, Paul Roberts, Ran Prieur, William Schlesinger, Stuart Pimm, and Douglas Crawford-Brown.
“Nothing less than a 123-minute cat scan of the planet and its twenty-first century human and non-human condition.” -Carolyn Baker, US History Uncensored
Run time: 123 minutes