Rent Earth: Population Overload (2018)

3.0 of 5 from 6 ratings
1h 10min
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The human population is growing at an alarming rate that cannot be sustained by current systems. The world has seen a 200% increase in the population rate from 1950 to the present day, putting humanity on the verge of self-destruction for all life on Earth. We are running out of fossil fuels, food supplies, and space while seeking to create more and more power to energize our modern world. We don't know if we will consume ourselves into mass extinction. We don't know if the destruction of natural species such as bees will seal our fate. We don't know if an asteroid will wipe us out, or even how artificial intelligence will impact our future. But one thing is certain: we must take action now.
The prognosis is bleak unless we find a way to create power and harness alternative energy to keep up with our current unsustainable demand.
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Children & Family, Documentary, Special Interest
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Run Time:
70 minutes
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Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
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Reviews (2) of Earth: Population Overload

we are well and truly doomed - Earth: Population Overload review by moz

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earth has been around for 4.6 billion years and we've managed to screw it up in less than 100 or so - don't expect to find any hope here

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Not sure should be even offered by CP - Earth: Population Overload review by GR

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A subject close to my heart, so very disappointing to get this short amateurish film. Almost laughably poor quality, stock visuals (repeated over the 70 minutes),out of date facts and quotations plucked randomly from the internet.

The Sean Bean- like commentator likes to use the word 'shit'

I don't do reviews but felt I had to here to warn people. Not sure what it is doing on Paradisio's catalogue.

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