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Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It’s too little, too late.

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Removed from the debate is the only thing that MIGHT save us: getting a grip on our out-of-control human presence and consumption. Why is this not THE issue? Because that would be bad for profits, bad for business. Have we environmentalists fallen for illusions, “green” illusions, that are anything but green, because we’re scared that this is the end—and we’ve pinned all our hopes on biomass, wind turbines, and electric cars?

No amount of batteries are going to save us, warns director Jeff Gibbs (lifelong environmentalist and co-producer of “Fahrenheit 9/11” and “Bowling for Columbine”). This urgent, must-see movie, a full-frontal assault on our sacred cows, is guaranteed to generate anger, debate, and, hopefully, a willingness to see our survival in a new way—before it’s too late.

Featuring: Al Gore, Bill McKibben, Richard Branson, Robert F Kennedy Jr., Michael Bloomberg, Van Jones, Vinod Khosla, Koch Brothers, Vandana Shiva, General Motors,, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists, Nature Conservancy, Elon Musk, Tesla.



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  • This country is pretty bad what I just seen made me sick china will probably blow us to smithereens and God will punish us more thank you Michael Moore for showing us the truth God bless you my brother

  • Nothing lasts forever you would think.
    To truly escape death you must first become biologically immortal.
    Then leave this planet when its time has come and the oceans have evaporated.
    Now you will need to find a new planet around a new star.
    Repeat this process for a long time until every star has burned out.
    At this point you really need to find a new Universe.
    And you must do all this without getting killed.
    Good luck on your journey.

  • Why can't plastic packets be made out of cellulose the sticky stuff that glues plant cells together the same thing that's used to make medication capsules. That could be a renewable crop for farmers and why isn't paper and cardboard made from Pandanous the same way the Egyptians did or made from rice or Hemp or Flax which can be grown as crops in existing farm land. And make trees and forests more valuable than cleared land. Educate Farmers that trees give rain to the atmosphere and cool the land from heat and hold our precious soils. Sugar Cane has many uses and straw can and is now used to make pressed composite building boards for housing this will save virgin forests. Also why isn't insects and larvae farmed to feed fish farms instead of feeding farmed fish with pellets made from stuff that pollutes the ocean. Insect farming could then be an industry of employment and wouldn't take up a lot of space. Also in Switzerland they use filters in their Wood fired chimneys to filter carbon, why can't these be made from cellulose and used all over the World to incinerate our rubbish and filter the smoke. The ashes can then be used in people's gardens and the only thing going to recycle would be cans. And why not use glass bottles again that can be sterilised and reused by the company's. New suburbs now have underground power cables why aren't big canopy street trees planted to cool cities from radiant heat. Those chimney stack filters are biodegradable. And imagine the mulch people would have for their gardens with large trees and ash and charcoal for chickens and gardens. Back to some sort of self sufficiency, that leads to neighbourhoods trading and bartering eggs, fruits and vegetables. Why isn't this happening.

  • The ending scene with the fallen Orangutan was absolutely beautifully tragic reminder of what we're doing to other species. This was a great documentary. Thank you.

  • We may initially have to use the current energy source to make large enough bore drills to harvest thermal energy. But once 1/10 of the infrastructure is up a running that thermal energy can be used to make the remainder and then its all self supported energy.

  • We have Super volcanoes which are building up enormous energy that could explode and end destroy us. Why can't scientists work out a way to siphon that energy like a valve release to ease the Volcanoes energy and use the energy in our power grids.

  • We are sitting on a big ball of energy. The earth's core with hot springs and volcanoes enough energy to run the earth. It's thermal. And the seas tides and waves are continuous energy powered by the moons gravity pull on the earth. Earth is our answer to energy.

  • Now that green is proven absolutely a fkn massive scam
    Will you libturds start to question what else the elites are scamming us?
    Food pyramid? Veganism?
    The banking systems? Hollywood? Msm?
    Antifa? BLM?
    You can only start finding answers if you start questioning

  • Atomic driven submarines, ships and now cars (rolls royce) .. but we cant use it for electrical power supply? "We cant put a meter on that" Someone once said..

  • Getting ourselves under control isn’t realistic when we can’t even get ourselves not to eat crappy, be unhealthy and die of covid because we are lazy and unhealthy and always want a pill or poke to solve it all. 🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️

  • Very enlightening documentary. However, it has the traditional “first world” fallacy of overpopulation being the cause of all the problems. For a start, overconsumption is highly biased towards “developed” countries, which are in fact governed by the same corporations pointed out here, and not by representatives of the people. These corporations are, in their majority, headed by baby boomers who know of their own mortality and want to hoard as many financial as possible before their passing. A small group of perhaps 1000 old gentlemen possess over 50% of real assets of the planet. These same gentlemen produce materials (being them cars, solar mirrors, clothes or appliances) using the immoral ideology of planned obsolescence. These topics are not approached in this documentary, which is a terrible flaw.

    Regarding “overpopulation”, there is a general trend of under-replacing the population already, especially among millennials and zoomers, because they cannot afford housing or a family. There are anti-natalists movements, childless guilds, and population reduction in many areas, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to this, it’s been known for decades that the best way to avoid excessive breeding in humans is to provide education for women, and sexual education for children. To push the idea that “breeding workers” are the source of all these problems while ignoring planned obsolescence and the obscene hoarding of wealth by a minuscule portion of old white “first-world” top hats verges on hypocrisy.

    Meanwhile, politicians paid for by corporations will hinder ANY efforts to change food production from the disgraceful “industrial monocultures” used today to family agriculture, which provide food variety and soil health, or to stop the criminal practices of creating disposable gadgets, clothes and equipments so they will have better sales in the next quarter.

    One middle-class American individual, with their air-conditioned big house and their three gas-guzzlers, who replaces their mobile phone every year and flies everywhere, has a larger “carbon footprint” then 20 families from rural Africa or South America. The families, however, provide food security for their villages as long as Monsanto or any mining company doesn’t go there to “secure better return for our stockholders”.

    So we’re still being fed up a lie, as long as the top ones continue there. Live simpler lives.

  • Thank you for exposing the lier's & lies.

    It's sad that greed is the major factor for the earths destruction.
    Green energy is energy that uses more fossil fuels to produce the green energy it self, than the green energy itself can ever produce so it's true that these billionaire companies are playing pretend purely & simply do it for the greed of making more money while fooling people.

    Basically if you cut down one tree you should plant 100 to make burning wood renewable.
    Clear cutting thousands of acres of forest is unsustainable.
    But selective tree cutting & replanting leaving trees coverage for protection of the replanted trees may be sustainable .

    We as humans need to learn how to use less & produce more carbon catching & conversion technologies like cleaner burning coal, cleaner burning natural gas , clean burning methane gas, clean burning biofuels made from used plant oils & all other reusable materials etcetera developed the technologies for it.
    Carbon reducing technology.
    Every thing can be recycled & reused.

    Why aren't we making fuel from single use plastics there are billions of tons of it in landfills & in the oceans.

    I guess we've got to leave it to the experts now or eventually our species will vanish along with the rest of the earths creatures.

  • Collectively, humans don't understand what is needed to live clean…. we'd have to give up nearly everything we do, in a "modern society". We are ingenuously stupid!

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