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The Environmental Film The
World Has Been Waiting For

“No human being on the
planet should miss this film.”

— Society of Voice Arts and Sciences

“Perhaps the best film on
sustainability I have ever seen.”

— Teddy Grouya, Founding Director - American
Documentary Film Festival

“I loved this movie...it was one
of those
environmental movies
that gave me hope.”

— Todd James, Global News

This is a story of CUTTING-EDGE
SOLUTIONS to climate change.

With the planet on the brink of ecological disaster,
with chronic disease rates skyrocketing, many are wondering...

“What can I do?”

Start by watching The Need To GROW.

An environmental film
that gives the world hope.

Change happens when
people know the truth.

For just a few days, you can watch this
award-winning documentary for free.

The United Nations estimates
that at
current rates of depletion,
we have fewer than
60 years
of soil left on Earth.

It’s not too late to change the future
and save
the planet and people
we love — if we act NOW.

Will humans be able to grow food
two generations from now?

The answer depends on what we do now!
The Need To GROW takes you inside the hearts
and innovations of three very different leaders.

An 8-year-old girl challenges
the ethics of a global organization.

A renegade farmer struggles to keep his land
as he revolutionizes resource-efficient agriculture.

A visionary inventor faces catastrophe in the
midst of developing a game-changing technology.

It will make you laugh, make you cry,
give you chills, and inspire you to participate
in the restoration
of this beautiful Earth.

For just a few days, you can watch this
award-winning documentary for free.