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Tue Dec 1, 2015, 04:02 PM

View free until Wed AM: "a smart, solution-oriented climate-change doc"

Time to Choose

Starting at 9:30 am local time on Monday, November 30—and lasting for just 48 hours—is the unique opportunity to view Time to Choose, a feature-length documentary about climate change.
Entertainment Weekly has praised it as "a smart, solution-oriented climate-change doc" while Variety lauded its "impeccable research" and "straight-talk structure."

The film is directed by Charles Ferguson, the same director behind the Oscar Award-winning 2010 documentary Inside Job, and can be viewed at The Huffington Post. This will make history as the first time a feature-length film has streamed at HuffPost. It will be viewable in the United States, Canada, and numerous other countries around the globe.

Featuring a cameo from RMI co-founder and chief scientist Amory Lovins, the documentary comes at a pivotal time, as international climate negotiations begin in Paris. The filmmakers encourage us all to take action, whether by voting for politicians who support climate-change action, through advocacy, or by making personal decisions and investments about things like the cars we drive and how we get our electricity.

"On the eve of Paris, Time to Choose can make a crucial contribution to ensuring that the threats we face and the solutions we have are crystal clear to audiences around the world," says Tom Dinwoodie, the film's executive producer and lead independent trustee at RMI.

At Rocky Mountain Institute and Carbon War Room, we're tenaciously tackling climate change through market-based, low-carbon energy solutions—from the electricity grid to shipping and trucking to buildings and beyond. Together, we can forge solutions that create a clean, prosperous, and secure low-carbon future. And as Time to Choose's filmmakers implore, together we "can change climate change."

Click here to learn more: http://www.timetochoose.com

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