As its title suggests, the latest Patagonian movie, The measure of hope, takes a positive and proactive approach to a world in deep crisis. conservatives and Environmental Warriors Searching for helpful strategies, if not all the answers, in tackling climate change You will want to watch this recently released documentary. Features of the movie for one hour Molly Kawahata, an alpine climber and former climate advisor to the Obama White House, while also addressing familiar themes of struggle and hope amidst the greatest environmental challenge of our time. What does it take to mobilize political will to confront and solve global climate change? No movie can fully answer this question, but measure of hope It touches on and explores feelings.
Kawahata passed by herself Suffering with mental healthThis challenge gave her a deeper understanding of how to use the power of the mind to effect change. The measure of hope She documents her readiness for an expedition in the Alaskan mountain range as well as her work on creating a new climate story centered on hope – hopefully reaching more people and getting them to act by voting. “My ultimate goal is to give everyone access to the climate movement, and to make the climate movement fight for everyone,” says Kawahata.
Invoking the point that small actions can make big changes, the film follows Kawahata’s journey to Topaz concentration camp In the Utah desert. During one of the worst civil rights abuses in US history, her Japanese-American grandparents and family were unjustly imprisoned during World War II in a concentration camp on US soil.
“This whole thing happened because of a guy who fell something in the same building I was working in at the White House,” Kawahata says. That was policy. Policies change everything.”
One of the film’s biggest goals is to help motivate people to vote – and to get voters to help register new voters. Kawahata calls this the most effective thing one can do right now to combat climate change. Patagonia also requires its community to register, vote and, most importantly, volunteer to ensure there are enough polling staff and assistance Increase participation in mid-term 2022. Learn more about Patagonia’s midterm plans over here.
Since 2016, Patagonia has closed its business on Election Day to encourage employees and customers to come to the polls. company It’s time to vote The initiative, co-founded with Levi Strauss & Co. And PayPal, a nonpartisan push to polls that will help ensure that no American citizen has to choose between pay and the right vote.
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