Science fiction parody addressing ‘planet Earth’ climate issues

Imagine our blue planet Earth being observed by other planets far, far away in another galaxy… Does it ring a bell?

Depending on your interest and age, it might quickly remind you of the science fiction (SF) movie Star-Wars.

Urgent sustainability issues and ‘typical Earth’ challenges are listed in the introduction scroll page in the video clip below. Too much CO2, nitrogen, PM, PFAS, even plastics impact heavily on the old fossil-based Earth system.

Though it is obviously a funny parody on Star Wars, you could ask yourself: into what extent is this SF already reality, or will be reality in one decade as from today?

“1/3 of Earth’s food production went lost or wasted”. That’s not SF, that’s TODAY. And “There was more plastic than fish in Earth’s oceans in 2050”. Personally, I believe that could become reality even sooner since we simply lack tools to measure and monitor it worldwide.

Epic, entertaining music accompanies the text towards hints of ‘eco’ solutions…

Help is underway: princess Greta (yep, the one and only) is travelling in her ‘Millennium Development Hyperloop’ to claim a discussion with slow moving governments in the Senate. Master Yoda shares his opinion about the need for a purpose driven society in his Temple of wisdom.

A sustainability Jedi is on his way with the force of fun (read: this video clip of Transmedia.online). He builds bridges between corporations lost in free market space and circular initiatives, cleantech startups and activist rebels from the Outer Rim space…

His credo: globalization doesn’t imply one MARKET, rather one PLANET. Don’t save the planet all by yourself, share a sustainability related story or idea through parody and the force of fun. Yeah!

*For educational and infotainment purposes only.

Published by Peter Transmedia

Giving hands, feet and voice to (honest) sustainability initiatives which never see the daylight because of (modest) marketing power