Seeding Change: The Power of Conscious Commerce

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7:00 PM, Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

20 years ago, a young group of social entrepreneurs joined a movement to change the world through the pursuit of an alternative economic model and practice of conscious commerce. “Seeding Change” is about “triple bottom line” businesses that consider the social, environmental and financial impacts of their companies and address some of today’s most challenging issues. This award-winning documentary empowers viewers to be part of the solution by voting with their dollars and supporting the brands and products that align with their values.

Never have the stakes been higher, whether it’s climate change, soil degradation or plastic pollution. Triple bottom line companies provide an immediate opportunity for viewers to be a part of the solution. This film will educate consumers on how they can help save the world one purchase at a time.

With the increasing frequency of natural disasters, temperatures rising, and indigenous communities at risk, “Seeding Change” challenges shoppers to pay more attention to the way they interact with our planet, starting with what’s on their shopping list. While there isn’t one solution to climate change, the corporations within the film are taking the first steps to show their consumers that they too are part of the puzzle, and they too can make a difference. By making the choice to buy from socially responsible businesses, they are sending a message to the world’s largest distributors that it’s time for change, environmentally, socially and economically.

Contact Dave Isaak for the Zoom link for this event:  Disaak1@gmail.com.

Release Year: 2020

Running Time: 51 min

Director: Richard Yelland

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