Despite all this sense of crisis and apocalyptic prospect, rotation of the Earth does not stop and our lives continue as well. If the cause of the problem at hand is in humans, the solution will also come from us. The “development” of mankind, which was the engine of destruction, should now be the seed of recovery, restoration and continuation.
Through the fairy tale Jacob, Mimmi and the Talking Dogs, which prevents reckless construction development with the abandoned dogs, and Motherload, which once again pays attention to bicycles that served as the driving force of women’s liberation 100 years ago, as a tool for social reformation, we find the seeds of Grassroots Environmental Movement. Some films deal with the fact that food production for the world’s 7.8 billion population is directly linked to the source of environmental problems. Duck Academy, The End of Meat, and Food for Change explain how important it is for our future to cultivate organically, reduce food waste and stop eating meat.
We should also teach farming to the next generation (Farming for the Future) and provide technical alternatives to ensure that their future is a sustainable world (2040, Hi, AI). From fossil fuels to renewable energy, from overconsumption to fair distribution, this section collects films that predict the possibility of “sustainABILITY.”