It is a film about destruction and crisis, but it is also a film about everyday people and the work they are doing to save the planet. According to the film's director, Brian Hill, Climate of Change should make audiences smile:
I hope an audience will take from the film what I did: a sense of being inspired by the people in the film, a feeling that if they can do it so can I. I think the film also has a message of anti-materialism, that human happiness and well-being don't necessarily depend on material goods. And I hope they will take away a feeling that they can change their own behavior and make a difference.
Thank you Treehugger.
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