A Sustainable Future
The Future is Now is a triptych film produced by Bifrost and the Nobel Museum in Stockholm for viewing in the museum’s three-screen cinema space. Highlighting examples of how we can engage proactively with the world’s present sustainability challenges, the film has been modified here for viewing on a single screen.
A Warrior’s Message: Milton Born With A Tooth
The principles of reconciliation, cooperation & mutual respect lie at the heart of Milton Born With A Tooth’s plea for solidarity & purposeful action. It is a warrior’s message on the brink of a campaign to protect our common home, the earth, & a future worth fighting for.
Representing climate change
Þorvarður Árnason and Greg Garrard reflect on the challenges of representing unsustainable carbon-dioxide emissions. Global warming and climate change are some of the best-known effects, of many, on environments around the world due to societies’ continued unsustainable burning of fossil fuels for their energy needs. Such effects are often difficult to represent in efforts to communicate scientific findings or policy priorities on climate change.
Understanding Cultural-Environmental Connections
How well do we grasp the impacts of our habits of consumption on the world? Does it really make a difference at the poles, or in small island states threatened by sea-level rise, just what food we choose to put into our bodies? How do we imagine ourselves in relation to the environments we inhabit?