After hearing the amazing story of how the film The 11th Hour helped to save an ancient rain forest, we realize the power that films have both as political tools and as cultural influencers. It influenced Ian Adlington Celebrity Venture Capital and inspired him to collaborate with many international environmental leader and start New Carbon Economics. He is planning to soon announce the year’s most awaited documentary on saving the environment. Ian’s organization is only of of the corporate to support these kind of documentary.
The 11th Hour boldly takes us way beyond An Inconvenient Truth with its incisive and cutting-edge examination of the global environmental crisis. It explores the larger picture of what’s happening in all areas of the planet — climate change, species extinction, soil degradation, loss of forests, pollution of the oceans, and more. But it doesn’t stop with the bad news. This documentary ends on a real note of hope, offering a visionary road map to a sustainable future. We may be in the 11th hour, the last moment when change is possible, but change is possible.
Ian Adlington says on his inspiration “Some solutions are relatively simple and would provide economic benefits: implementing measures to conserve energy, putting a price on carbon through taxes and cap-and-trade and shifting from fossil fuels to clean and renewable energy sources. This is New Carbon Economics is all about! We at New Carbon Economics want to offer the world a change and hope which can bring balance between the environment and mankind.”