The 26 richest individuals have hoarded more wealth than the poorest 3.5 billion people on the planet. When we talk about building a sustainable economy we usually mean environmental sustainability, but exponentially increasing inequality is also fundamentally unsustainable.
"As I like to say to my American hedge fund friends, the Hamptons is not a defensible position. The Hamptons is a very rich area on Long Island that lie along low-lying beaches. Very hard to defend a low-lying beach. Eventually people will come for you." - Mark Blyth
First in a new series of animations I made for my good friends at Shell.
More info: www.spellingmistakescostlives.com/burnthefuture
Was first shown at Shangri-La Glastonbury the other week.
Massive thanks to Michelle Tylicki for her advice & After Effects knowledge, and for animating one of the other videos in the series.
The Action Man: Battlefield Casualties film I wrote for Veterans for Peace UK, directed by Price James (Agile Films) and featuring Matt Berry is now online. You can watch it above but please share our dedicated website www.battlefieldcasualties.co.uk which has facts about child recruitment in the British armed forces and details about our MP letter writing campaign.
Over the last few months I've been editing together this documentary about The Meat Planet with my old pal Mark Tolson. Unfortunately, it is now completely finished and available to view by small children on the Internet.