'Good Morning Earth' , directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' , directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth', directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth', directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

http://www.globalvoicesproject.ca/ "Good Morning Earth" was featured as part of the 3 hour program of the Global Voices 2012 event at the National Gallery of Canada December 6th, 2012.

http://www.globalvoicesproject.ca/ "Good Morning Earth" was featured as part of the 3 hour program of the Global Voices 2012 event at the National Gallery of Canada December 6th, 2012.

'Good Morning Earth', directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth', directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

'Good Morning Earth' (still image), directed by Gerald Betita, (Canada), edited by Graham Thompson, shortlisted entry in the 2007 Commonwealth Vision Awards. Betitta's entry in the 2007 competition, shows a vision of what daily life might be like in the future, if we do not take action, individually and collectively, to address climate change and global warming.

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