Rise of Sustainability

Media recommendation: The Rise of Sustainability

I have blogged a lot about Sustainability media over the past years. I usually use the posts on the weekend to highlight media on Sustainability I find really useful. Today I searched YouTube for new Sustainability related videos. I have bookmarked a lot of Sustainability videos on YouTube but I did not know about this documentary called the “Rise of Sustainability” from 2017.

The Rise of Sustainability documentary

The “video explores the rise of the concept of sustainability as it has gone from the fringes to the mainstream within just a few short decades, driven by an environmental crisis on a global scale.” The creators are exploring the “new environmental context of the Anthropocene and the key structural transformations in our economy required to achieve sustainability in the age of globalisation.” I think it is definitely worth 40 minutes of your time this weekend. So grab a coffee or tea and take a timeout to watch this documentary.

This documentary was done by Complexity Labs.

We need more Sustainability media like this

I am really happy I found this video. We need more sustainability-related media such as this video. It will help us to have more resources to explain what sustainability is and why sustainability is so important! This video might not be an eye-opener for sustainability professionals or enthusiasts. But people confident in understanding what Sustainability is are quite rare in my experience when you look at the overall population. We need to reach more people with our Sustainability message. To move outside of our Sustainability bubble is paramount to reach more people about our global sustainability challenges. This video helps us to explain what the rise of sustainability is to everyone. Plain and simple. 🙂

Have a good weekend everyone!

Disclaimer: I am not associated with the creator of this content, I simply find it very useful.

Picture Credit:
VIDEOby Steve Snodgrass, licensed under CC-BY 2.0original source via Flickr

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