See Climate and Money for an updated view – now that Paris is ratified
(See Enough is Enough for more)
Presented by landscape architect and film maker Tom Bliss, the film features contributions by André Angelantoni Post Peak Living.com, Hilary Benn MP Leeds Central, Secretary of State DEFRA, Katrin Bohn Architect, Author CPULs, Richard Brett, Leader Leeds City Council, Paul Chatterton Senior Lecturer, Geography, Leeds University, James Copp Engagement Consultant. CABE, Leeds Beckett, Niels Corfield, Permaculture Consultant, Kate Dundas Consultant Landscape Architect, Jonathan Eyre, Ecologist, Professor Lord Tony Giddens Former Director LSE, Andy Goldring CEO Permaculture Association, Nick Green, Incredible Edible Todmorden, Sir Peter Hall President, Town and Country Planning Association, Alex Hammond, NHS Health Improvement Specialist, Chris Johnston, Leeds TIDAL activist, Greg Keefe, Downing Professor of Sustainable Architecture, Leeds Beckett, Professor Tim Lang Food Policy, City University, Iris Liete, Urban Gardener, Duncan McCann, getcycling.org.uk, Pauline Neale, Suburban Gardener, Daniel O’Neill Centre for the Advancement of Steady State Economics, Robert Paige, Meanwood Valley Urban Farm, Jonathan Porritt CBE, Forum for the Future, John Preston, West Yorkshire Manager, BTCV, Ranyl Rhydwen Senior Lecturer, Centre for Alternative Technology, Alan Simson, Landscape Architect, Urban Forester, Reader Leeds Beckett, Roxana Summers, NHS Health Improvement Specialist, Mike Thompson Course Director, Environmental Architecture, Centre for Alternative Technology, John Thorp, Leeds Civic Architect, Professor Robert Tregay University of Wales, Landscape Architect, LDA Design, Rachael Unsworth Senior Lecturer, Geography, Leeds University, Andy Walker, SURE Otley, Philip Wilson, slipstreamenergy.com. Tom Bliss was awarded an MA (with Distinction) in Landscape Architecture at Leeds Beckett for The Urbal Fix.