Living in the Time of Dying

Facing the truth about climate change

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When the truth is hard to find and even harder to look at...

We live in a time where politicians prioritising growth and profit are in denial of the science of climate change. Living in the Time of Dying dives into an exploration of what it would mean to accept the science is true....


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Jem Bendell
Professor of Sustainability and author of "Deep Adaptation"
Dahr Jamail
Award winning Journalist and author of End of Ice
Catherine Ingram
Dharma teacher and author of "Facing Extinction"
Stan Rushworth
Elder, teacher, author and Citizen of the Chiruhua Apache Nation


“If you only make time for one thing watch this 54-minute documentary.

It’s the best of the best! 

Michael Dowd, Best selling eco-theologian, TEDx Speaker

Without a doubt, one of the most completely reality-oriented presentations to date. The commenters speak the truth of our time, sad to say. Let us all fare forward as fellow travelers while there is still time. Come what may.

Steven Salmony PhD, Psychologist

Important. Brilliantly done. Necessary. Thank you so much, Michael, for this crucial story at this crucial time. 

Peter Melton

Environment Activists Protest

"There's difficulty ahead. Millions of people are suffering right now. It's worse than we were told... We must do all we can to help each other through this"

—  Jem Bendell, Professor of Sustainability


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