'Coalition of the Willing' is a collaborative animated film and web-based event about an online war against global warming in a 'post Copenhagen' world.
‘Coalition of the Willing’ has been Directed and produced by Knife Party, written by Tim Rayner and crafted by a network of 24 artists from around the world using varied and eclectic film making techniques. Collaborators include some of the world’s top moving image talent, such as Decoy, World Leaders and Parasol Island.
The film offers a response to the major problem of our time: how to galvanize and enlist the global publics in the fight against global warming. This optimistic and principled film explores how we could use new Internet technologies to leverage the powers of activists, experts, and ordinary citizens in collaborative ventures to combat climate change. Through analyses of swarm activity and social revolution, 'Coalition of the Willing' makes a compelling case for the new online activism and explains how to hand the fight against global warming to the people.
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If you really want to change the world, start by changing conversations. Otherwise, people will talk about the same exact thing forever - literally.
greenpeace.org.au || Science shows that climate change is accelerating, with devastating impacts if we pass the critical 'tipping point'. To control climate change, we must change.
If you've ever wanted to act on climate change, then now is the time to do it.
Here are some starting points:
Monday, 20 April 2009: Over 40 people from the local community in the Federal seat of Deakin gathered outside the office of their local Labor MP, Mr. Mike Symon, to call for real and urgent action on climate change.
Supported by Environment Victoria and the Maroondah Climate Action Group, protesters called for the Australian Government's proposed emissions reduction target of 5-15 per cent to be dramatically improved, and for the Government to go back to the drawing board to fix the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS).
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Information vital to:
farm to fork enterprises
farm to school programs and participants
transforming food desserts in Philadelphia
food justice community organizers
local food movement activists
interfaith organizations and non-profits interacting with the food
insecure residents of Philadelphia