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Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution (2017)

Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution (2017)

James RedfordMark Ruffalo
James Redford


Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution (2017) is a English movie. James Redford has directed this movie. James Redford,Mark Ruffalo are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution (2017) is considered one of the best Documentary movie in India and around the world.

Filmmaker Jamie Redford embarks on a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier across the US. Unlikely entrepreneurs in communities from Georgetown, TX to Buffalo, NY reveal pioneering clean energy solutions while Jamie's discovery of how clean energy works, and what it means at a personal level, becomes the audiences' discovery too. Reaching well beyond a great story of technology and innovation, "Happening" explores issues of human resilience, social justice, embracing the future, and finding hope for our survival.


Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution (2017) Reviews

  • Disappointing


    I was hoping for an informative doc on clean energy tech both positive and negative. Unfortunately, this is a thinly thought out effort by a guy who really wants to believe in green power so he credulously buys whatever he's told - such as the nonsense that Apple's NC data facility is running on 100% renewable power (it's not, it uses the same power everyone else around here uses - Apple just buys credits to make this claim).

  • Decent enough but not much new info if you're already into clean energy research.


    You probably won't learn much if you are already following clean energy trends. Although I didn't know about micro-hydro plants which is pretty cool. Also, Redford's constant cluelessness get's old after a while. His heart is in the right place but he's like 50+ and should act like he knows something if he want's to send a message. I'd recommend it for teachers with students between 12-15 but not really to anybody that seriously follows this industry.

  • Imagine forrest gump making a documentary


    This is what it would look like if forrest gump, or the dumb guy from "dude, where is my car" would make a documentary....

  • I'll admit to a coal based energy bias


    My husband has worked in the power industry for over 20 years. He started in a coal plant for a company (which will remain nameless) with a very clean trend. They have always been ahead of government mandates for clean energy. He now works 100% with clean energy. And I'll admit I love wind turbines far more than coal plants when it comes to my interest in either. I loved this documentary because it spoke to a very common level. It wasn't we need to go green or our planet will die. The information he provided was spot on. Until his segment on Nevada. His over the top reaction to people loosing jobs because individual households were not getting the buy back rate they had been getting was plain ridiculous. I've not seen anyone cry over the many thousands of jobs lost to the coal industry or the controllers on power plants that convert to natural gas from coal. It was a VERY one sided argument and his bias became quite obvious in that moment. (Remember I announced my bias right from the beginning). I will say that his presentation the rest of the documentary was great. I did not care for his method of filming. He was often difficult to understand when wind was blowing or he turned his away from the camera. Overall worth a watch. Will be having my 12 year old watch but she will get educated on the jobs lost in the coal industry also. CLEAN COAL DOES EXIST.

  • Informative and Hopeful


    I learned a lot about how clean, renewable energy actually works and why it is becoming so inexpensive. Redford may have known the answers to the questions he was asking, but those are the questions I would have asked and he got the answers for me. I also agree with one of the other reviewers, that the film or a version of it, should be made available to kids for educational purposes. IT"S HAPPENING. Every country in the world is on board, except US, and it's going to be these kid's world.


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