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In celebration of Green Friday, I thought it would be a good time to highlight a little known film that may remind you of how blessed we are to have such a wonderful planet to call Home. Narrated by Glenn Close, the film begins with a plea to her fellow homo sapiens to listen to the story of the history of the planet, how mankind’s presence and progress have affected it, and then to decide what you want to do with it.
This question is asked by Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Gospel Choir in the documentary of the same name. Heading into this holiday season during one of the worst recessions this country has seen in awhile, the message of the film could not be more appropriate.
Thanks to Ecorazzi.com, I stumbled upon this video of Jason Mraz promoting a vegan lifestyle. Featuring his trusty sidekick Toca Rivera, this comical video is just one of a series created to help promote his Cafe Gratitude tour.
For those who were shocked and amazed by the workings of the food industry in the documentary Food, Inc. There is another little known film that serves as a sort of compendium project. Released in 2006, King Corn documents a year in the life of two Bostonians who lease an acre of land in Iowa to grow a crop of corn.