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Feb242011

Teclópolis

In the online world, 12-minute videos can be excruciating to sit through. Tell me what I need to know in 90 seconds, then let me move on with my day. But this one kept me fully engaged, if not literally holding my breath to see how the story unfolded.

Can you imagine the time, vision, and effort that went into creating such an intricate piece? Whether or not the creators set out to tell an environmental story or not, the symbolism in this video is hard to ignore. Which makes me think that, along with WWF's We Are All Connected, this is one of the most powerful communication tools the environmental community could ever hope to harness.

Big thanks to Hank Wilson and Open Culture for bringing this to my attention!

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