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The new crop of eco-films: Which should you see?

Monday, February 1, 2010

With green being the new black, there are more than a few environmental documentaries to choose from when popping that (not-in-the-microwave) popcorn.

To help you navigate the choices, EWG's very own Don Carr, press secretary and hard-hitting ag policy blogger, offers guidance on which to see. He screened them himself at this year's Sundance Film Festival to boil it down for us on Grist (trailers included). On my list are the ones Don highlights as "well-crafted, compelling films that address crucial environmental themes not yet in the public consciousness."

So find the film(s) for you and turn on the stove to start popping corn the old-fashioned way.

About that movie popcorn... If you're ready to learn more and reduce your exposure to the perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) that line popcorn and other fast-food wrappers (among other things), get EWG's Guide to PFCs.

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