Australia, 2007, 30 min
Directed by Scott Ludlam
Produced by Anti-Nuclear Alliance of Western Australia, www.anawa.org.au
Climate change, nuclear power and the energy revolution: Climate of Hope is a 30 minute documentary created to demystify climate change and nuclear energy. While the threat of climate change is now widely accepted in the community, the potential for a host of nuclear power stations in Australia has raised questions about the best strategy for our country to move to a low-carbon economy. This animated documentary takes viewers on a tour through the science of climate change and the nuclear fuel chain and the remarkable energy revolution that is under way.
“Climate of Hope” was selected by the Uranium Film Festival Jury as one of the eight best festival documentaries.