At the end of 2015 world leaders reluctantly signed a limited climate agreement, after scientists had spent years warning of the approaching point of no return. Now the urgent measures needed to save our ecosystems must be implemented. But we can’t rely on world leaders or large institutions to do this. it is up to us all to take the first step.
Mélanie Laurent and Cyril Dion discover this for themselves as they travel through ten countries with their team. They meet pioneers who are trying to reinvent agriculture, energy sources, the economy, democracy and education to keep the Earth inhabitable. All these initiatives have one thing in common: a small localised group of people is devising an alternative to the current failing model. TOMORROW shows that many people are engaged in developing a new eco-aware lifestyle. Together, all these small citizen initiatives can have big positive consequences for tomorrow’s world.
The eco-documentary Tomorrow drew a record number of visitors in France and Belgium and won this year’s César for Best Documentary. This energetic film’s take-away message is an optimistic one: “We have the power to change the world.”