The climate change documentary that focuses on indigenous people in the forgotten subcontinent Central America.
By Renee Schrader
Nov 24, 2016
Taking nature at heart and camera in hand, a small film crew will travel through Central America to document the effects of climate change on the local lives.
Covering (indigenous) communities in Panamá, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, the film aims to bring awareness to the climate change related problems affecting these vulnerable areas, and to inspire a change in the way we see the natural world. Not only are these communities the ones contributing the least to, and suffering the worst consequences of climate change, they also hold the key to solving the problem. Where better to look for answers on climate questions than with those who are closest to nature?
The shooting of the film will begin early December of this (2016) year, and the finished film will be available to everyone the following year. The last bit of the budget is being crowdfunded now, so head to the Kickstarter page and support the project and it's cause: