Representing an excellent mix of both fun and serious material, this look at the early rumblings of the worldwide green movement in Canada stands as an example of great storytelling. Based on the writings of Greenpeace co-founder Robert Hunter, How to Change the World chronicles the adventures of a group of Canadian hippie journalists, filmmakers and scientists who join with Americans avoiding the draft to protest nuclear weapons testing in Alaska in the 1970s. Offering a glimmer of hope against a backdrop of political and social turbulence, the film presents an insightful portrayal of activists—and the world they seek to change—then, as well as now.

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