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The Limits To Growth – Last Call Film

LAST CALL the untold reasons of the global crisis . A documentary film on the saga of the most controversial environmental bestseller of all times.Today its message is more relevant than ever.

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Directed by Enrico Cerasuolo and produced by Zenit Arti Audiovisive in association with Skofteland Film



8 Comments on "The Limits To Growth – Last Call Film"

  1. rollin on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 4:07 am 

    Another film to “save the world” as long as you pay money for it and don’t show it to the public. If any of these people were actually serious about getting the message out, the film would be free and open to public viewing.

    You can’t change the world by using the same system that is wrecking it.

  2. dave thompson on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 4:37 am 

    Its going to take a catastrophic population crash and the survivors will pick up the pieces. If there are any.

  3. BillT on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 4:38 am 

    Unfortunately, rollin, you are correct. It is too late. We are speeding toward extinction. Buckle up.

  4. Arthur on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 9:35 am 

    Most here have got the message by now. Seen too many big picture videos already. More interested in videos showing ‘solutions’, that can contribute to modest survival in less than miserable conditions.

  5. rollin on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 1:13 pm 

    You got it Arthur. A short film on growing potatoes or on installing insulation is worth a hundred of these now.

    Stock up on all the polyfiber clothing you can, stays warm when wet (doesn’t absorb moisture) and has a long wear lifetime. Makes a great under layer.

  6. Ed on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 1:43 pm 

    Hope the ponzi scheme will have a few more years left to run. Peak fossil fuel production may occur around 2020 to 2025 and plateau for 5 to 10 years after that. This puts peak world population scheduled at about 2030. I’m sure we’ll ‘manage’ die back to start in the poorest nations first. Demand destruction I think it’s called. Could have been so different of course had we heeded LTG but it’s too late now.

  7. GregT on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 3:29 pm 

    At this point in time, it does not appear likely that there are any ‘solutions’. Peak fossil fuel production is only one of a myriad of limits that we are now reaching. The ones that are most likely to do us in, are environmental.

    We are perilously close to many environmental ‘tipping points’, any of which have the potential to cause a global mass extinction event. Even if we could end modern industrial society today, there is no guarantee that we have not already gone too far.

    The smart thing to do would be to stop now, and wait to see how bad things will get. Instead, we are headed full steam ahead into the planetary 6th mass extinction event, and this time it is us humans that are causing it.

  8. Newfie on Sat, 1st Jun 2013 5:59 pm 

    Never ending growth is the fairy tale that everyone believes.

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