Imagine for a Minute

A film that asks viewers to take a minute to close your eyes and picture the future you want, featuring Pope Francis, Nobel prize winner Dr. Mario Molina, UN climate treaty negotiator Christiana Figueres, and Indigenous leaders Hindou Ibrahim and Benki Piyako.

 

#ImagineFor1Minute what a better future looks like. Is it a world where we respect and honor nature? Where no more species go extinct because of humanity’s impact on the planet? Where leaders prioritize nature and the health of our planet? We have a responsibility to do better. Now is the time to talk about the future we want, one that is better for us all and built in harmony with nature. https://www.conservation.org/imagine A Gripping Films production. This film has been made possible by support from the Planetary Emergency Partnership, WWF, Avaaz, Conservation International, FOLU, Global Commons Alliance, The Club of Rome, Nature4Climate, The Nature Conservancy, Climate & Sustainability, and Gower St. Additional individual donation from Noëlle Poncelet and Sandrine Dixson-Declève have helped to make this possible. It’s been beautifully scored by legendary composer Max Cooper (in binaural sound) and animated by award-winning experimental filmmakers / artists the McGloughlin brothers. For a full list of credits: https://imaginefor1minute.com/

A Gripping Films production.  This film has been made possible by support from the Planetary Emergency Partnership, WWF, Avaaz, Conservation International, FOLU, Global Commons Alliance, The Club of Rome, Nature4Climate, The Nature Conservancy, Climate & Sustainability, and Gower St. Additional individual donation from Noëlle Poncelet and Sandrine Dixson-Declève have helped to make this possible.

It’s been beautifully scored by legendary composer Max Cooper (in binaural sound) and animated by award-winning experimental filmmakers / artists the McGloughlin brothers.

For a full list of credits:  https://imaginefor1minute.com/

 

 

Open your eyes

What's the world you want to see?

 

 

Leading scientists have a good idea of where we need to be by 2030:

 

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Over a third of the world’s ocean is conserved

And ensure at least 75 percent of seafood globally is produced using socially responsible and environmentally sustainable methods.

What can you do:

Aerial, Essequibo River 
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The world’s high-carbon ecosystems are preserved

The world’s high-carbon ecosystems are preserved to avoid 5 gigatons of carbon emissions and habitats are restored and landscapes sustainably managed to remove another 5 gigatons of CO2

What you can do: