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“It’s Not Fear That Should Drive Us To Act, It’s Love” — Interview With Susan…

I spoke with documentary filmmaker Susan Kucera about her recent film Living in the Future’s Past, an artistic collaboration with Jeff Bridges and a tapestry of experts on planetary well-being, science, evolution, emergence, energy, psychology, and more. Do watch and listen. Nature changes, our small planet changes, humans, ecosystems, environment, and animals also change — and adapt. Do we humans have the swift adaptation skills necessary for a massive climatic disruption?

Margot Robbie & Nissan’s All-Electric BladeGlider In Monaco Grand Prix

I believe I’ll take a look at more of actress Margot Robbie’s films after this fresh, nearly 2 minute mini movie from Nissan. I’m impressed. Robbie impresses with her decision to be Nissan’s new electric vehicle (EV) ambassador. She impresses with her faux spontaneous racing of the carmaker’s radical all-electric race car, the Nissan BladeGlider. She impresses with her inviting smile. It’s particularly nice to see this glossy take of her whizzing confidently and comfortably around the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix circuit at midnight.

EV Advocacy & More Efficient Driving Via Uber & Lyft — A Cultural Intersection (Part…

As a part-time Uber driver, I have come to realize two notable clean transportation benefits it offers. First is that it offers a nice window for broader electric vehicle (EV) education and advocacy — if the driver is an EV driver. Additionally, Uber itself teaches drivers to drive more efficiently (specifically, this is in order to provide a better ride for passengers, but the positive environmental effect is there nonetheless).

Trainsforming America — New Documentary

A new film, Trainsforming America, takes a look at passenger rail in the US from the passengers’ perspective. This is a documentary produced by two concerned citizens, Katie Chen and Rebecca (Autumn) Sansom, who are worried (like many people are) about what an increasing population combined with climate change is going to … [continued]