Nach der globalen Ökologie (»Die Erde von oben«,»Home«) nimmt der Fotograf und Filmemacher Yann Arthus-Bertrand in»Human«die. Eine Serie, über die ich im Leben nicht ohne diese geschätzte Plattform gestolpert wäre - danke an wen auch immer, der sie hier auf Moviepilot nur in einem. Human ist ein freier Dokumentarfilm des französischen Fotografen und Journalisten Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Der Film besteht weitgehend aus.
Human - Die MenschheitHuman ist ein freier Dokumentarfilm des französischen Fotografen und Journalisten Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Der Film besteht weitgehend aus. Ein französisches Forscherteam reist in die Schweizer Alpen, um eine Entdeckung zu untersuchen, die die Ursprünge der Menschheit in Frage stellen könnte. Eine Serie, über die ich im Leben nicht ohne diese geschätzte Plattform gestolpert wäre - danke an wen auch immer, der sie hier auf Moviepilot nur in einem.
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The movie was criticized as outdated and misleading by climate scientists. However, a large body of research shows the life-cycle emissions of wind and solar are much lower than those of fossil fuels.
The film uses footage of a solar field that is up to a decade old, which critics argue may give a false impression of the maturity of the technologies in the present day.
The emissions intensity of electric vehicles varies depending on the source of electricity used to power the grid; however, as of , they emit less than internal combustion vehicles in all but a few of the world's regions.
A pie chart is shown in the film with total battery storage compared to yearly energy use, which is a factor of thousand higher. The filmmakers suggest that this amount of energy storage is needed to make sure intermittency of renewables does not lead to power outages.
In reality, battery storage is only part of solving intermittency , and using a mix of different energy sources reduces the need for batteries.
In a letter, filmmaker and environmental activist Josh Fox and academics including climate scientist Michael Mann have asked for an apology and a retraction of the film.
They say the film includes "various distortions, half-truths and lies", and that the filmmakers "have done a grave disservice to us and the planet by promoting climate change inactivist tropes and talking points".
The Union of Concerned Scientists , which was mentioned in the movie, responded to the allegations: "it implies that UCS took money from corporations profiting from EVs, without again stopping to check the facts, or reaching out to UCS about it.
It wouldn't have been hard, either way, to discover that UCS doesn't take corporate money at all". Environmentalist Bill McKibben responded to claims made in the documentary about him and the organization he cofounded, These things aren't true.
In Rolling Stone , McKibben continued: "the filmmakers didn't just engage in bad journalism though they surely did , they acted in bad faith.
They didn't just behave dishonestly though they surely did , they behaved dishonorably. I'm aware that in our current salty era those words may sound mild, but in my lexicon they are the strongest possible epithets.
As of May 13, , it had been viewed more than 7. Supporters of the film praised it provoking discussion.
Gary Mason at The Globe and Mail referred to the film as "The Michael Moore-backed film enviros are dreading". But those documentaries arguably pale in importance to Planet of the Humans" .
Adrian Hennigan , features editor at Haaretz ,  called Planet of the Humans a "provocative documentary about how capitalism has destroyed the environmental movement.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial page wrote of the movie, "As Mr. Moore and Mr. However, they were less positive about the film's scepticism of companies saying, "But the duo seem particularly aghast Who knew?
For Resilience , Heinberg has also written: "[The film] starts a conversation we need to have, and it's a film that deserves to be seen.
By focusing on techno-fixes, they have side-lined nearly all discussion of overpopulation and overconsumption. Dennis Harvey in Variety claimed "Gibbs' dull monotone makes him a poor narrator", "there's nothing particularly elegant about the way Planet of the Humans arrives at its downbeat thesis," and "though well-shot and edited, the material here is simply too sprawling to avoid feeling crammed into one ungainly package.
University of California Professor environmental policy professor Leah Stokes , at Vox Magazine wrote that the movie undermines the work of young climate activists and that "Throughout, the filmmakers twist basic facts, misleading the public about who is responsible for the climate crisis.
We are used to climate science misinformation campaigns from fossil fuel corporations. But from progressive filmmakers? Dana Nucitelli of Yale Climate Connections claims "The film's case is akin to arguing that because fruit contains sugar, eating strawberries is no healthier than eating a cheesecake.
The Post Carbon Institute , a sustainability think tank closely connected with interviewee [ clarification needed ] Richard Heinberg , published a podcast that critiques the film's flaws.
Emily Atkin, environmental journalist for The New Republic ,  described the documentary as "an argumentative essay from a lazy college freshman".
InsideClimate News concluded that the movie "will almost certainly do far more harm than good in the struggle to reduce carbon emissions".
Environmental journalist Brian Kahn in Earther wrote that the filmmaker's choice to have "mostly white experts who are mostly men" argue in favor of population control gives the film "a bit more than a whiff of eugenics and ecofascism.
In The Guardian , George Monbiot wrote: "The film does not deny climate science. But it promotes the discredited myths that [climate change] deniers have used for years to justify their position.
It claims that environmentalism is a self-seeking scam, doing immense harm to the living world while enriching a group of con artists".
According to Monbiot, its "attacks on solar and wind power rely on a series of blatant falsehoods". In a review of the film for Deep Green Resistance News Service, radical feminist Elisabeth Robson said the population issue was a "relatively minor point in the film compared to the points about solar, wind, and biomass" and "the film did a fairly good job of raising it as an issue without being particularly 'Malthusian' about it.
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Genres: Documentary. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Its distribution was designed to be made under "the freest conditions to the widest possible audience.
Alternate Versions This movie exists in several versions for several uses and platforms: The theatrical version minutes , a shorter theatrical version minutes , a TV version for French TV station France 2 minutes and an extended version on YouTube minutes divided into three parts.
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Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Katherine Parkinson Laura Hawkins 24 episodes, Gemma Chan Mattie Hawkins 24 episodes, Tom Goodman-Hill Joe Hawkins 24 episodes, Colin Morgan Toby Hawkins 24 episodes, Ivanno Jeremiah Max 23 episodes, Pixie Davies Sophie Hawkins 23 episodes, Emily Berrington Niska 23 episodes, Ruth Bradley Edit Storyline Humans is set in a parallel present where the latest must-have gadget for any busy family is a Synth - a highly-developed robotic servant eerily similar to its live counterpart.
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