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Narrative from an environmental film:
The disaster we see is happening everywhere at the same time. The clock is ticking. It has been ticking for 150 years now, since the dawn of industrialization. We are a culture hooked on profit, production, and perpetual growth, but at what cost? The disaster is happening to our farmlands. It is happening to our oceans, our forests, our wildlife. It is happening to our climate. How long will it be until humanity understands that everything is interconnected? How long until multinational corporations understand that they can't make a profit off a dead planet? So let the revolution begin, all around the globe. An army of individual citizens must rise up and take a stand for the future, for the people, and for the planet.
Dena: By 2048 the oceans are going to be empty.
Harmon: Yeah, who says?
Harmon: Science... Maybe science is wrong.
Dena: No. 29% of edible fish have gone day by 90%. More people are moving to the coast lines, there there's more pollution, more waste. Situation is getting geometically worse. It'll all go fast in the end. Once the marine bio-diversity goes, everything goes with it.
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