Documental: Alternativas

Finished 06 / 02 / 2020
Funded!
Received
€ 8.387
Minimum
€ 6.811
Optimum
€ 12.476
73 Backers
Contributing € 10
Reward mobility

Appear in the credits of the documentary and the website
A badge

> 06 Backers
Contributing € 20
Reward waste

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A badge
A link to the online documentary
A tetrabrick wallet

> 10 Backers
Contributing € 30
Reward energy

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A link to the online documentary
A tetrabrick wallet
A physical copy of the DVD
A cinema ticket (Golem cinema in Pamplona)

> 10 Backers
Contributing € 50
Recompensa trufas

Aparecer en los créditos del documental y en la web
1 chapa
Enlace al documental vía online antes del estreno
Una cartera de tetrabrick
Copia física en DVD
2 entradas para el preestreno
12 Trufas de chocolate blanco o negro

Los gastos de envío en Península, Canarias y Baleares están incluidos.

> 04 Backers
Contributing € 50
Reward cinema

Appear in the credits of the documentary and the website
A badge
A link to the online documentary
A tetrabrick wallet
A physical copy of the DVD
A cinema ticket (Golem cinema in Pamplona)
An additional cinema ticket
A bar of soap

> 13 Backers
Contributing € 200
Reward eco-housing

Appear in the credits of the documentary and the website
A badge
A link to the online documentary
A tetrabrick wallet
A physical copy of the DVD
A cinema ticket (Golem cinema in Pamplona)
An additional cinema ticket
A bar of soap
A tour of the Artieda ecovillage (Navarra)

> 05 Backers

About this project

The aim of the documentary is to show different ways of achieving sustainable mobility, renewable energy and eco-housing to fight and mitigate the consequences of climate change.
Task Minimum Optimum
Edition
Video editing
€ 250
Filming
Filming
€ 250
Basque translations and dubbing
Basque translations and dubbing
€ 250
Galego translations and dubbing
Galego translations and dubbing
€ 250
Catalan translations and dubbing
Catalan translations and dubbing
€ 250
English translations and dubbing
English translations and dubbing
€ 250
Edition
Video editing
€ 500
Filming
Filming
€ 500
Basque translations and dubbing
Basque translations and dubbing
€ 500
Galego translations and dubbing
Galego translations and dubbing
€ 500
Catalan translations and dubbing
Catalan translations and dubbing
€ 500
English translations and dubbing
English translations and dubbing
€ 500
Golem cinema tickets (for donators)
Golem cinema tickets (for donators)
€ 500
Rewards (and delivery) for donators
Rewards (and delivery) for donators
€ 500
Infrastructure Minimum Optimum
Web Maintenance - 5 years (hosting + domain)
Web Maintenance - 5 years (hosting + domain)
€ 225
Transport
Transport
€ 2.000
Accommodation
Accommodation
€ 1.000
Food
Food
€ 200
Goteo commission
Goteo commission
€ 386
Transport
Transport
€ 500
Accommodation
Accommodation
€ 500
Food
Food
€ 200
Goteo commission
Goteo commission
€ 465
Material Minimum Optimum
Materials (camera, memory card, lighting, microphone, recorder)
Materials (camera, memory card, lighting, microphone, recorder)
€ 1.000
Rewards (and delivery) for donators
Rewards (and delivery) for donators
€ 500
Total € 6.811 € 12.476
Necessary
Supplemental

General information

The aim of the documentary is to show different ways of achieving sustainable mobility, renewable energy and eco-housing and for dealing with waste so that we all can live in a world that is more ethical, social and environmentally friendly.

To this end, in our documentary we would like to take the viewer on a tour of various cities and towns in the Iberian peninsula to find out about the various solutions that have been implemented to address the challenges of global climate change. There are many diverse and effective approaches, but what impresses us most is the sense of positive action and the resulting positive feeling that these solutions generate. This positivity is something that we want to transmit in our documentary.

With the Paris Agreement of 2015, the countries of the world agreed to keep global warming below two degrees Celsius to avoid devastating consequences; some countries, such as the Netherlands, pressed for a much lower limit.

The last IPCC report states that we have eleven years to avoid a situation in which the effects of climate change become irreversible.

Description of the project. Main features, strengths and differentials.

The documentary is aimed at:

  • Institutions that want to take steps forward to make their cities and towns more eco-friendly and sustainable.
  • Associations and platforms that work in the areas of waste, energy, sustainable mobility and eco-housing.
  • Citizens who want to change their daily habits to mitigate the effects of climate change.

Why this is important

The documentary is intended to be an engine of change for institutions, companies and citizens.

Documentary objectives:

  1. To raise awareness of both the problems posed by climate change and of possible solutions to these problems.
  2. To promote the use, in our century cities and towns, of more sustainable means of mobility / transport , such as walking, cycling, and public transport.
  3. Encourage institutions to be brave in their respective regulations about waste, energy, mobility and eco-housing.

Team and experience

Iban Echandi

Born in 1990 in Pamplona/Iruñea. Graduated in Computer Engineering from the Public University of Navarra. He has helped develop and maintain various websites of organizations concerned with the environment.

He collaborates with several organizations, such as Pamplona Greenpeace/Iruñea, Climate Action and Platform 8-80 that share the objectives of making the world more green, ethical and fair, which, he feels is what “In the end, with our decisions as citizens, we have to achieve”.

Fernando

Born in Monteagudo (Navarra). He is 50 years old. Draftsman by profession, he has worked as a CadCam operator (Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing) for more than 25 years.

Self-taught video enthusiast, over the last 20 years he has made several video-reports.

He has been a Greenpeace volunteer for over a decade. He collaborates actively to ensure a decent environment for future generations.

Maite

Born in 1989 in Pamplona. She is Euskaldun, English teacher and philologist. Convinced that a better world is possible.

Monica

Born in 1984 in Rianxo (A Coruña). Senior technician in administration and finance.
Learning new habits and changing customs so that their ecological footprint is as small as possible.

David

Born in 1965 in England but resident in Pamplona for many years. He studied genetics and evolution at University College, London, but now teaches English, helps with translations and composes music.

Leire Iribarren González

Born in 1974 in Pamplona / Iruñea. PhD in Geological Sciences from the University of Barcelona. She has worked for more than 15 years as a geologist, both as an academic researcher and as a consultant to the private sector.

In addition, she has founded a tourism company, with values that promote ethical, non-massive and sustainable tourism. She also collaborates on Platform 8-80 in defense of sustainable urban mobility, promoting the use of bicycles as alternative transport, with the aim of creating a healthier, safer and fairer city, which also contributes to the fight against climate change.

Climate Action

Climate Action is a Navarre-based association created by a group of citizens concerned about climate change.

The mission of Climate Action is to promote activities that aim to raise awareness in society regarding the consequences of climate change. The association works independently but also in cooperation with other groups that share the same values and goals.

Climate Action has worked in different activities together with other associations such as Navarra por los Retornables (concerned with recycling) and La Alianza por el Clima de Navarra (concerned with climate change).

Social commitment