16 May '11, 4pm

"When the people change, the weather will follow." -Nick Tom, Native American elder #350ppm

Below is a guest post from our friend Estephan Wagner, director of a documentary-in-the-making "Vanishing Worlds ", about three communities facing the literal loss of their homelands to an unraveling climate. Vanishing Worlds' stories are a somber reminder of why it's so important we get moving for "Moving Planet " -- and build a powerful enough movement that can move the planet beyond fossi fuels. As Nick Tom, the Native American elder in the trailer, says: "When the people change, the weather will follow." Dear 350.org team and friends, For over 2 years a professional team around multi-award winning director Estephan Wagner ( www.estephanwagner.com ), has been working on the powerful and intimate documentary Vanishing Worlds. The film explores 3 families around the globe loosing their home and land, and being forced to migrate by changing climates. Nick, one of the prota...

Full article: http://www.350.org/en/about/blogs/vanishing-worlds

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