Kitchell, Mark — The Road to Ruin Is Paved — A Fierce Green Fire

Posted on October 30th, 2012 in American History,American Society,Environment,Mendocino County,Politics by Barry
The movie “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle For a Living Planet”, produced and directed by our guest, Mark Kitchell tells the story of environmental activism – people trying to save the planet, their homes, the future.  In a chronicle of five decades of grassroots and global environmental movements, Kitchell explores how we arrived at the present world-wide crisis.  While exploring broader ideas and deeper meanings, A Fierce Green Fire brings together eras in the past 50 years from conservation to climate change.

The Mendocino Film Festival presents the world premier of A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle For a Living Planet, November 9, 10, and 11, in Ft. Bragg, Mendocino and Pt. Arena.  You may learn more at mendocinofilmfestival.org and afiercegreenfire.com

Mark Kitchell and I visited by phone from his office in San Francisco, California, on October 26, 2012.

The film Mark Kitchell recommends is “Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time.”  The book he recommends is “The Shock Doctrine:  The Rise of Disaster Capitalism,” by Naomi Klein.

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