The Fuel Film Review

The Fuel Film

Star Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

The Fuel Film won the 2008 Sundance Audience Award and it is easy to see why.  The film takes you along for the ride as eco-evangelist, Josh Tickell, embarks on a journey to find an alternative fuel source to move away from our addiction to oil.  The film is put together very well and opens your mind to the possibility of Earth finally having a bright future once again, if we make changes in our daily lives.  You will not be disappointed by taking the time to educate yourself with this film!

The film is currently available on netflix, otherwise you can find more at their website below!

The film gives the following advice for “10 Things You Can Do Now!”

10. Alter Your Transportation

– Take the bus

– Bike and walk

– Inflate your tires

– Get a hybrid or electrical car

– Get a diesel car (it will run on biofuel)

– Use sustainable fuel

9. Switch Your School Buses

– Lobby your principal, PTA, and school to switch to sustainable biodiesel.

8.  Buy Wind

– Get a wind turbine

– Invest in wind energy

– Switch your electricity provider to a company with wind power

 7.  Get Solar

– Put solar panels on your house

– Invest in solar energy

– Switch your electricity provider to a company with solar energy
6.  Invest in Algae

– Put your money into sustainable algae companies

5. Grow Food and Trees Locally

– Plant trees

– Start a community garden

– Learn about organic, biodynamic, and sustainable farming

4.  Go Carbon Neutral

– Stop using petroleum

– Eat lower on the food chain

– Sign up for carbon offsets

3.  Conserve Energy & Increase Efficiency

– Buy and use energy-efficient devices

– Turn off lights and unused appliances

– Retrofit your house or apartment

2.  Dig Beneath the Headlines and Educate Yourself

– Fact check and do your own research

– Don’t confuse the news with government and corporate PR

1.  Vote for “Non-Fossil” Politicians

– Vote for leaders that aren’t owned by oil, coal, and nuclear interests because

Together We Can Change The World!

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One thought on “The Fuel Film Review

  1. You can definitely see your expertise in the work you write. The sector hopes for more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. Always go after your heart.

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