60 years. That’s about how long we have until the world’s remain topsoil is gone. “What we’re looking at is man-made desertification,” said Josh Tickell in his recent keynote speech at Driving Value Through Sustainability Across the Supply Chain. There’s hope, though. Kiss the Ground, the documentary directed and produced by Josh and Rebecca Tickell, with Julian Lennon and Ian Somerhalder as Executive Producers, explores how this crisis can be reversed, explaining that when we regenerate the world’s soils we can stabilize the Earth’s climate, restore local ecosystems, and create abundant food supplies.
The film could not come at a better time, when our planet and the living beings that inhabit it are in need of healing on a grand scale. This film takes a close look at our earth’s most powerful unsung hero, our soil. We quite literally cannot live without it.
As any Vampire Diaries fan knows quite well, Ian Somerhalder is extremely passionate about protecting and preserving the environment. The fruit of that fierce dedication is the Netflix documentary Kiss the Ground, a hopeful film examining the different ways we can save the planet before it's too late.
Los Angeles, Sep 22 (IANS) Actor Ian Somerhalder is proud of the documentary, Kiss The Ground, and says it is his greatest accomplishment. Somerhalder is associated with the project as an executive producer.
Inspiring Netflix documentary ‘Kiss the Ground’: A simple solution to the climate crisis? “When the star of a movie is dirt, one might reasonably wonder who’s going to watch it.
There is nothing quite so amazing and beautiful than film footage of destroyed soils being brought back to life via regenerative agricultural practices that include application of compost, biosolids and other recycled organics. Using compelling graphics and visuals, along with NASA and NOAA footage, the film illustrates how soil is the missing piece of the climate puzzle because of its ability to draw carbon from the atmosphere.
The film was produced by Big Picture Ranch and features a cavalcade of recognisable faces including Ian Somerhalder, Gisele Bündchen, Jason Mraz, and David Arquette. Jason even penned a brand-new song for the doco.
Kiss the Ground is a new, feature-length movie that explores key soil health and regenerative agricultural principles, and features interviews with a wide range of authors, experts, farmers, researchers and scientists.
A new documentary is relying on star power — and hope! — to highlight a new way to tackle the planet crisis.
From their picturesque five-acre avocado ranch in Ojai, California, Josh Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell have become darlings of the environmental movement via the award-winning documentaries and feature films they have written and directed with their production company, Big Picture Ranch.