Norma Kassi’s true story about living off the land and the changes to her environment due to climate change.
It is important to realize that in Southern Canada and the USA, we may not feel the impacts as much as the people in the North or people in countries overseas do. The lands and the people on it are impacted the most, yet they are in no way contributing to the increase of Carbon dioxide and other Green House Gasses in the same scale.
This is a beautiful short film, with an important message: Tread Lightly
p.s. Sorry I can’t get the embed file to work, just click the link!
“Too many people in such a small place.
Over-population by this human race
They beat you down, say ‘Learn your place
As part of a statistic called the human race
Fat rats breed us toward our own annihilation
Hiding ideas that’d be our salvation”
Bad Acid Trip is the best. I want them to come to Canada!!!
I am doing a presentation about this historic event in class today. I thought it may be important to know some of the history behind groups like Greenpeace and their efforts for a better, more sustainable world.
“When the world is sick and dying, the people will rise up like Warriors of the Rainbow” — Cree First Nations Prophecy.