Directed by Eskil Hardt
Denmark/India, 2012
89 mins (subtitles)

Today we face not one but two global crises: the financial crisis and the more insidious crisis of natural resource exploitation. The two are so tightly linked that we cannot solve the global financial crisis until we start using resources more efficiently and sustainably. The only future is a sustainable economy.

Planet RE:think reveals the truly global nature of the problem, from environmentally-devastating mining in Canada to the health impacts of recycling electronic waste in India. From Ecuador to South Africa we hear of positive examples of 'green economies' that inspire hope for the our future on a planet with finite resources.

A groundbreaking, inspiring documentary that shines light on one of the biggest issues facing the planet today.