A new documentary by Tyler Mitchell takes viewers inside the global climate crisis and explores the challenges facing the next generation of activists.
The film features a diverse cast including the late environmentalist Michael Brune and climate activist Naomi Klein, along with a number of prominent figures from the environmental movement and progressive media.
Mitchell, a longtime climate activist and the director of the Center for a New American Security, recently released his first film, The Globalization of Disaster, which won the Tribeca Film Festival’s Young Voices Award.
The documentary follows Mitchell, an American environmental activist who has spent the last six years documenting the environmental and economic impacts of climate change.
Mitchell is a former senior adviser to the Bush administration and is currently a fellow at the Center.
“The global crisis is about more than just the next two years, but for the next 20 years,” Mitchell told The Huffington Post.
“We need to make sure the next generations have the knowledge to do the job.
We need to teach them how to build an economy that works for all of us.”
Mitchell, who worked on climate change and energy issues for nearly a decade before joining the Center, said he wanted to tell the story of the next wave of activists fighting the global warming crisis, which will include more than 100 countries.
The goal is to educate and mobilize young people in the next few years to be the future of the environmental revolution.
Mitchell said that in the coming years, the next five to 10 years, climate activists will be fighting against a wide range of climate challenges from water shortages, climate change-related wars, rising sea levels, and the threat of an asteroid hitting the Earth.
“I am not a politician,” Mitchell said.
“What I want to do is show people that there is a world outside the United States.
I am a passionate, young environmentalist who wants to fight for the future. “
That is not a political position.
I am a passionate, young environmentalist who wants to fight for the future.
We can do it together.”
Mitchell said the film will also highlight the power of technology and the ways it has been able to alter our lives and shape our futures.
“There are so many technologies out there that are making it possible for us to live better lives, to be able to create jobs and have healthier, happier lives, and it is not just about climate change,” Mitchell added.
“Climate change is a real, present threat to the health and well-being of all of humanity, and there is so much potential to be transformed and the future is brighter than we think.”
Mitchell’s new film, which premieres on the Tribes Channel on June 12, will focus on the environmental impacts of the climate crisis, as well as its broader implications for our futures as a species.
“You can see that the next 10 years will be the most challenging in the history of humanity,” Mitchell stated.
“When you look at the changes in the climate, and then the impacts of these changes on food production, the impacts on water resources, the impact on the food system, it’s going to be a very tough time.”
Mitchell will also interview leading climate and environmental thinkers, including former Vice President Al Gore, former Vice Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Robert Zoellick, and former Secretary of State James Baker.
“As an environmental activist, I am passionate about the need to fight climate change because it is the biggest threat to our species,” Mitchell continued.
“If we don’t change this climate, we are going to have a lot more problems.”
The documentary, titled The Globalize of Disaster: A Conversation with Tyler Mitchell, is available for viewing on the tribes channel.
The Tribes channel also released a series of documentaries by local environmental and youth leaders on climate issues: “Sister Cities,” “The Last Big Leap,” and “The End of the World as We Know It.”
“Sisters Cities” is an hour-long documentary produced by the New York City-based documentary filmmaking group Sister Cities and narrated by the actress Lena Dunham, whose own documentary, Girls, has been a big hit for the Tribese network.
In this hour-plus series, Dunham interviews eight local, non-profit, and nonprofit leaders in seven different cities from different parts of the United Kingdom and Europe.
The project is supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and produced by Tribeca Films.
“Girls” was a big draw for Mitchell, as he says the film is his first time working with Dunham.
“She was so inspiring,” Mitchell noted of Dunham, who played Hannah Horvath in the hit HBO series.
“To me, it was so powerful to be part of something like Sisters Cities, which was a really important documentary.
Lena and I have been friends for about five years, and she is such a wonderful actress and writer, so I was excited to get to know her.
She is a really funny woman, and we always talk about how she was always a writer and a