By Cyril Dion,Lisa Davidson
In 2012, Cyril Dion realized a few learn performed by way of twenty-two scientists from worldwide that forecasts the extinction of a number of kinds of lifestyles, and probably a wide a part of humanity, by way of the 12 months 2100. This information slightly got any media assurance in any respect. confident that spreading catastrophic information isn't really powerful, Dion made up our minds to discover, besides actress and director Mélanie Laurent and a small movie group, what our international may perhaps appear like if we introduced jointly the superior suggestions to this point in agriculture, power, economics, schooling, and democracy.
What they discovered have been women and men altering the area: towns that produce their very own foodstuff and effort, zero-waste platforms, businesspeople and cities developing their very own foreign money to avoid hypothesis and the appropriation of wealth, voters rewriting their very own structure, and pioneering academic systems.
By linking those projects jointly, Dion and his staff deliver to mild a brand new philosophy, a neighborhood of inspiration between those that frequently don’t comprehend one another. New blueprints for society. Cyril Dion is the co–founder of Colibris, a move introduced via Pierre Rabhi, and of the journal Kaizen. he's additionally a poet, writer, and director. prior to writing and co–directing the next day, he co–produced and acted as consultant for Coline Serreau’s imagine international, Act Rural.
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Tomorrow (Domaine du possible) by Cyril Dion,Lisa Davidson