12th Hour (documentary film)

Presented by: Amazing Earthfest



Time: -

Length: 52 minutes

Topic: Human Responses to Climate Change

Location: Kanab City Library community meeting room, 374 North Main St, Kanab, Utah

Description: Much of our population currently lives with hopeful delusions about climate change. These delusions, many of which have developed naturally as part of human evolution, hamper our ability to meaningfully address a problem with the spatial and temporal scope of climate change. While our brains adapted to meet the immediate challenges encountered by threats to our short-term survival, the biological wiring for a long-term threat like climate change simply has not developed in equal measure. Is it possible for humanity to collectively bridge the gap between these modes of thinking?

Awards: Royal Cocoa International, Best Conservation and Preservation Feature Length Documentary Worldfest, Houston International Remi Winner, New York Movie Awards Best Feature Los Angeles Best Environmental Documentary, Accolade Global Competition Best of Show Cinema Verde Global Warming Award, Only the Best Film Awards, Jury Award, Best Woman Filmmaker, Florence Film Awards

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