Actress Frances Fisher (Titanic, Unforgiven) shares the top environmental documentaries and the reasons she went vegan. She's a staunch environmental activist and a big fan of Bill Nye - who happens to drop by the Begley household. They dig into the secrets behind the enigma code and the human rights violations that Frances witnessed at Standing Rock. You'll also learn about the surprisingly nature-loving town of Serenbe and her tips on how to be inspired instead of overwhelmed by the scope of issues and solutions that we all face today.
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LESSONS FROM FRANCES:
We only have one Mother Earth. There is no “Planet B”
Don’t get overwhelmed by how many problems and solutions there are. Find an activity that you enjoy and gives you positive energy.
Sometimes we need to disconnect from technology and just get our hands dirty in nature.
Find out what moves you in your heart. Then find out how you can get involved.
Just take one step. You’ll often find someone else walking with you.
MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Frances Fisher's filmography
The city of Orange, Texas
Learn about the 17 banks funding DAPL
Help stop the tar sands in Alberta, Canada
Check out the Solutions Project
Watch the preview of Netflix's Bill Nye Saves the World
Actress and activist Shailene Woodley
Learn about Citizens United and how you can help change it
Some of the best environmental documentaries:
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