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SPOIL - A beautiful & powerful documentary on the Great Bear Rainforest

EP Films |
Saturday, 22nd October 2011

SPOIL - A powerful documentary on the Great Bear Rainforest by EP Films. This stunning film shows the splendour of nature with beautiful photography and film footage. It highlights the nature we all want to protect, and how our incessant addiction to burn more oil, is helping to destroy it.

It also shows how a First People live sustainably in wonderful wilderness. They define this oft misused word  'sustainable' as the ability to live in a place without extracting any resources.

Learn also about the 'Spirit' bear, a rare white bear that walks this land. The Spirit bear was so special to the Great Bear Rainforest people, the Git'gat, that it was kept secret for generations. Only now do they reveal where the bear livesin their effort to protect their land from desecration.

Spoil is a lovely film and a perfect way to encourage us all to help protect and nurture nature and not destroy it for the sake of dirty oil. We need to stop buying dirty oil and move faster into clean renewable electricity.

We all have the choice to support and promote clean renewable sources of energy and wean ourselves off of our addiction to burning fossil fuels.
• Switch your energy supplier to a company that is making concerted efforts in clean, renewable electricity.
• Next time you buy a vehicle, insist on purchasing an electric vehicle.
• Make it known to your politicians that the Tar sands must stop.
• Get involved with a group that is helping to stop the oil sands and its infrastructure. e.g.
http://www.pacificwild.org/site/take_action.html
http://stoptarsands.wordpress.com/solutions
http://dirtyoilsands.org/thedirt

And if you do ONE THING support the 38 Degrees Campaign to make Ecocide the 5th International Crime Against Peace by clicking the link and voting.

Spoil won the Top Environmental Award at Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival. 

Find out more about the filmmakers:
http://vimeo.com/epfilms
http://epfilms.tv
http://riversindemand.com

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