How To Let Go of The World and Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change
Environment - Tibet 2022
From Shanghai to Qinghai, from young to old, from the customers to the delivery system, majority and minority, able-bodied and the disabled. These stories bring into focus the powerful and uniting influence that Alibaba has in the world. We scouted 15 cities in 17 days for the project and spent 14 days shooting in 10 of those cities.
"How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change" is a documentary film directed by Josh Fox. The film was released in 2016 and explores the devastating impacts of climate change on communities around the world, as well as the resilience and determination of individuals and communities to fight for a better future.
The film features interviews with climate activists, scientists, and community leaders from around the world, as well as footage from some of the most affected regions, including the Philippines, India, and the United States. The film also explores some of the root causes of climate change, including fossil fuel extraction and the political and economic structures that prioritize profit over people and the planet.
Despite the often bleak and harrowing subject matter, the film ultimately offers a message of hope and inspiration, highlighting the incredible resilience, creativity, and compassion of those who are fighting for a more just and sustainable future. Through its powerful storytelling and stunning visuals, "How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change" serves as a call to action for individuals and communities to come together to address the urgent and existential threat of climate change.