Living in the Future's Past
What Kind of Future Would You Like to See?

Living in the Future's Past - What Kind of Future Would You Like to See?
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Karl

What a remarkable end speech by JB. After seeing what we have created and realizing the work ahead - we are asked, personally to do something to create a future we want. it's the way he says it - not a guilt trip or " were all gonna die" if you don't do something speech....just asking ...Read more

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Do not thwart innovation.

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Renee

Very good and thought provoking film.

The world is in need of gender parity and "doughnut economics."

Patriarchy, capitalism, and fossil fuels are unsustainable.

To claim that humanity cannot abandon the lifestyle it has built on fossil fuels is not true.

We have ...Read more

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Anthony

Love and Scientific study through passionate empathy and understanding, along with the powerful spirit of todays youth. They, unique via our digitally shifting world - and informed of any interest at will, will become the champions of humanity. The babies of now will become the rescuers and ...Read more

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linda

thank you Jeff for doing what you can to inspire us to do what we all can achieve if we look inwardly...then act in our daily choices in life

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PETER

Fantastic...I HOPE WE AWAKEN IN TIME..Especially for the little ones..THANK YOU JEFF,FOR THE ENLIGHTENMENT.

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