Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Response to Planet of the Humans

Please consider this post in my email feed today: 

Reporting, for example:
PV modules have a 30-year lifespan. There is currently no plan for how to manage this at end of their lifespan. The volume of modules no longer needed could total 80 million metric tons by 2050. In addition to quantity, the nature of the waste also poses challenges. PV modules are made of valuable, precious, critical, and toxic materials. There is currently no standard for how to recycle the valuable ones and mitigate the toxic ones.

Just click the search of the above paragraph to watch the feature-length movie for free, and more. Another search  displays much negativity about the movie. 

Find the movie with this graphic link:

Or, just find the movie at . 

I like this May 31, 2020 direct defense of the movie by Michael Moore, a Rolling Stones interview with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper (about 300,000 views).

Also watch this earlier interview, May 5, 2020, (about 30,000 views).

Michael Moore in a live discussion with Extinction Rebellion co-founder Clare Farrell

I imagine my own additional responses to the movie via a new Label at this blog, Planet of the Humans.

At September 2020, before I return my borrowed library copy, honor the related book by Ozzie Zehner, Green Illusions . Ozzie Zehner is the Producer of Planet of the Humans. Find in the book that, all we expect of green energy is in our future, but on the way we must consume less energy by about half in USA. Solutions must serve equitably all life on Earth. Energy conservation is more important and more profitable, than capture of solar energy.

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