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A World of Solutions: The U.N. Climate Sequel

On the floor of the General Assembly, Director Louie Schwartzberg and Producer Lyn Lear’s 3 minute film, WHAT’S POSSIBLE, asked world leaders to be bold. Now it’s your turn.

Watch and share the sequel, A WORLD OF SOLUTIONS, narrated by Morgan Freeman with an original score by Hans Zimmer. Together, we can make a world of difference.

A week after the short film What’s Possible opened the U.N. Climate Summit, producer Lyn Lear and director Louie Schwartzberg are back with a sequel that expands on their vision for climate change solutions.

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Directed by Louie Schwartzberg
Produced by Lyn Davis Lear
Written by Andrew Dickson
Narrated by Morgan Freeman
Music by Hans Zimmer, Michael Brook
Editors Craig Thomas Quinlan, Alan Wain
Post Production Supervisor Courtney Earlywine
Assistant Editor Annie Wilkes
Line Producer Elease Lui
Post Production by Moving Art, Shapeshifter
Post Visual Effects by 422 South
Assistant to Director Erin Richardson

With footage generously donated by BlackLight Films, Climate of Change, Courtesy of Climate Reality Project Contact, Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Daimler, Wings of Life Courtesy of Disneynature, EarthSky, Filmthropic, Howard Hall, Moving Art, NewCom.GMBH, Oceanic Preservation Society, Planet Ocean, Courtesy of Hope Production, PAX Scientific, Digital Cinema Microscopy by Richard Weinberg, Momentum for Change Courtesy of Secretariat of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and its Kyoto Protocol

Other footage provided by Ad Meskens, ClipCanvas, Corbis, Getty Images, Gunawan Kartapranata, Magnes Manske, Martin St. Amant, Pond5, T3 Media, Wikipedia Very special thanks to Alan Horn, Dan Thomas, Duane Elgin, Jonathan Klein, RALLY, Scott James, Skoll Foundation, Larry Kopald, Lear Family Foundation, Mark Johnson, Michael Pitiot, Richard Wilson, Yann Arthus-Bertrand

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