Climate change is the most pressing issue of our time – it is the biggest threat to human health and the health of the planet. 2 Degrees (2013), a feature documentary produced by Jeff Canin and Ange Palmer for Green Turtle Films, explores climate change through the prism of climate justice. The documentary identifies the causes, and exposes the costs, of climate change. In exploring the failure of the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen to respond to the crisis, 2 Degrees promotes the importance of people-power. The film's focus on the emergence of community-led solutions offers an inspiring call to action for audiences around the world.
2 Degrees is suitable viewing for students at all secondary school year levels. For students in Years 7–10, it has relevance to units of work in the learning areas of:
It also addresses the general capability of Critical and Creative Thinking and the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability
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