Everything's Cool

Released 2007


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Everything's Cool is a documentary film that focus on the debate between scientists and the general population regarding global warming. The film spans for three years, from 2003 to 2007, and follows a group of global warming messengers trying to convince Americans that global warming is a real issue. Dr. Heidi Cullen is an on-air climatologist whose life's focus is to inform Americans of the damage that they do to the environment. Bish Neuhouser is a snow groomer who is determined to convert his vehicles to biodiesel. Michael Shellenberger and Ted Norhaus wrote an essay that has catapulted them to fame in the environmental world. Rick Paltz's job was to prepare climate change reports to climate. Depressed because of political censorship, he exposed the White House's manipulation against Global Warming. Ross Gelbspan's whole adult life has been focused on writings and interviews about climate change. Bill McKibben is the author of The End of Nature who takes his beliefs to streets. Together, this group of people take time off from their real lives to travel the country with their message -- global warming is real.moreless


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  • 70

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    Just below the movie's attitude of pep-rally cheer is a mood that approaches despair. Mr. Gelbspan has probably amassed as much hard evidence of climate change as anyone alive.

  • 70

    Variety Scott Foundas

    Can a movie about global warming genuinely be called lighthearted? If so, Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand's Everything's Cool comes as close as one imagines possible, essaying ye...

  • 63

    TV Guide Maitland McDonagh

    The film gets off to a slow start and runs long, but Gold and Helfand effectively stake out their own piece of a large and complicated issue.

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Documentary, Science


Independent, Culture