How We Live: A Journey Towards a Just Transition

  • November 22, 2020 / 13:00

Director: Mark Decena
USA, 2014, 8', HDD, color
English with Turkish subtitles

This film explores the principles of a transition away from the current extractive economy to a socially just, environmentally sustainable economy. What does the next economy look like and how can we rethink our relationship to resources, work and culture? Bay Area activist Gopal Dayaneni looks at how we live now, and how we can do it better.

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How We Grow

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Shade Grown Coffee

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Jozi Gold

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Mega Fires

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The Compost Story

How We Live: A Journey Towards a Just Transition

How We Live: A Journey Towards a Just Transition

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