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Download Link - released under the CC BY 4.0 license.

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Unfortunately, this is a Free with ads Youtube Movie. What that means is that there isn't really a way to watch this with an adblocker on mobilem, and it will prompt you to open the youtube mobile app to watch it. However, adblockers do work on desktop browsers, so I'd recommend watching it there.

The documentary, while treading slightly techno-optimistic in a couple areas, overall does a pretty great job of presenting a solarpunk-ish future, with some suggestions for worthwhile solutions that could be implemented quickly. Overall, I think it's worth a watch.

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Our present moment is saturated in dystopian, apocalyptic fantasies of the future.

Fortunately, visions of a more beautiful, compassionate, regenerative future already exist. But since they're not being broadcast daily on the evening news, we've got to dedicate a little more energy to broadcasting them ourselves.

This is what this list of films is for. These films decided that the apocalypse is canceled. Climate change is canceled. Biodiversity loss is canceled. A comeback of this scale has never been attempted before, but that's why it's going to work. Ya dig? The people in these films aren't listening to the folks that say it's too late. They're imagining the future they want, not the future they're afraid of, and they're bringing that future into being.

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Documentaries (Solarpunk)

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