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Is ‘Everything Cool’ in 2014?

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In reference to the Everything’s Cool documentary on LinkTV, this film definitely showed the smoking mirrors that agencies often use to avoid correcting the problem for obvious reason... solving the problem does not make money. Directed by Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand, these environmental activists raised awareness about global warning. And although this documentary was dated in 2007, I was wondering is Everything Cool now? What is the status after so many years? Where are they now?

Well the directors Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand are still making amazing documentaries.
Their latest films can be found by googling Daniel B. Gold. And Judith Helfand has her own website, www.JudithHelfand.com where you can find all her projects.

The individuals are also still involved with the environment as well. For example, Ross Gelbspan is an American writer and environmental activist. Heidi Cullen is interim CEO and lead correspondent for Climate Central, a nonprofit climate science news organization (http://www.climatecentral.org/). Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger are American authors, environmental policy experts, and involved in The Breakthrough Institute (http://thebreakthrough.org/). And Philip Cooney, well he might still work for ExxonMobil.

So although the www.everythingscool.org website is currently down, everyone involved in the 2007 film is still involved in raising awareness of the environment.

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