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Do the math: a movie to spark a movement. Spanish subtitles
They have five times the amount of coal, gas and oil that is safe to burn - and they are planning to burn it all. Left to their own devices, they push us beyond the brink of cataclysm - life as we know it is irrevocably altered forever. Unless we get up and fight.
Do the math, follow the cross-weather Bill McKibben as he works with a growing global movement in a David vs. Goliath fight to change the dire calculations of the climate crisis.
This growing wave of climate activists then goes directly to the fossil fuel industry, energizing a movement like those that overturned the great immoral institutions of the last century, like Apartheid in South Africa. The film follows the people who are putting their bodies in the line of the Keystone XL pipeline and the leading universities and institutions that sold themselves to corporate polluters hell-bent on burning fossil fuels, no matter the cost.
The film also features an authentic who's who of the climate movement, including Dr. James Hansen (Director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies), Naomi Klein (Author, The Shock Doctrine), Lester Brown (President, Earth Policy Institute), Michael Brune (Executive Director of Sierra club), Majora Carter (Founder, Sustainable South Bronx), Jessy Tolkan (Co-Executive Director of the Citizen Participation Laboratory), Phil Radford (Executive Director of Greenpeace), James Gustave Speth (Co-Founder of the Natural Resources Defense Council), Mike Tidwell (Executive Director, CCAN), Van Jones (CNN Correspondent and Author, The Green Collar Economy), Bobby Kennedy Jr. (President, Waterkeeper Alliance), among others.