Q104.3 - Shelli’s Movie Reviews

This doc could be a sequel to Al Gore’s 2006 film "An Inconvenient Truth".

Often, documentaries scare me to death. Whether it’s about food, nuclear threat, climate change, whatever- I often feel helplessly terrified after viewing. Peter Byck’s "Carbon Nation" doesn’t deal with why we have such a big carbon footprint. It deals with solutions- ranging from the Defense Department to the car industry to simply painting roofs white to keep the insides of buildings naturally cooler in summer. And there are everyday suggestions we can all do at home with little effort.

This is a truly inspiring film- documenting how going green can actually help or even save our economy. It showcases some innovators that will have you marveling at their creativity. You’ll wonder why government and industry isn’t championing their lead.

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