Turning Down the Heat: The New Energy Revolution

Turning Down the Heat: The New Energy Revolution

| 48 min

It is now a generally accepted fact that global climate change is a human induced phenomenon. While meteorologists debate the rate at which it's happening, other scientist and visionaries are busy doing something about it. Turning Down the Heat travels the world showcasing practical and economically viable solutions to climate change. From the solar energy in the United States, Japan and Holland, to energy efficiency in Canada, to the wind revolution in Europe and Asia--the film takes an optimistic look at how we can radically reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • director
    Jim Hamm
  • producer
    Jim Hamm
    Gillian Darling Kovanic
    Michael Allder
  • script
    P.J. Reece
    Jim Hamm
  • cinematography
    Rudolf Kovanic
    Glenn Taylor
    Neville Ottey
  • sound
    Mark Edwards
    Keith Henderson
    Eric Davies
    Myroslav Bodnaruk
  • editing
    Shelly Hamer
  • sound editing
    Daniel Séguin
  • sound mixer
    Marc Benoit
  • narrator
    David Suzuki
  • music
    Bruce Ruddell