An Inconvenient Truth Sequel


Some considered his first movie, An Inconvenient Truth, controversial, however it seemed to have moved the environmental movement forward.  Something I believe important and vital.  This week, as I attend the UNC Energy Summit at Appalachian State University, nothing seems more important.  I look forward to the release of the “an inconvenient sequel: Truth to Power“.

Initial release for this movie is Friday, July 28th and nationwide release is August 4th.  I encourage all to see this movie. We ALL are dependent on an environment that nurtures, supports and enables us to have a good life.  We all must work to make it so by generating not just sustainable solutions but improvement solutions.  We need to restore what we have done by generating comprehensive improvements from pervasive, reciprocal, selfish, selfless, synergistic, interactions so everyone and everyTHING benefits.  Everything thing because we are all connected.

Focusing on creating more good is necessary because time and again we learn that creating more good is more effective than working to lessen bad. Precautionary theory or harm mitigation may lesson a current problem, however to have a better tomorrow we must redesign reality for that Idealized Outcome.

Research also has now documented that not only is this possible, but that doing so is more fruitful economically.  See postsGreat Read: Climate of Hope by Bloomberg & PopeMichael Bloomberg’s Selfish, Selfless, Synergistic ActionsUpdated: Hope for a Way forward so Everyone & Everything Benefits – John Oliver Agrees, and others posted.

Not only is the environmental appropriate choice the most important choice, it is the best choice.  I look forward to learning more about the upcoming movie.

Share your thoughts after you see it…Thank you.

Choose to Be Well’r,
Craig Becker

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