They Say It Can’t be Done


In “They Say It Can’t be done” filmmaker and his team track four companies on the brink of disruptive innovation. with technologies that can:
· Reduce atmospheric carbon
· Heal the seas
· Solve hunger
· Eliminate organ wait lists

To learn more about this interesting documentary feature we had a video interview with Andrea Fuller producer of the film:

Andrea Fuller, uses her engineer brain to help clients make an impact on complex situations with concrete plans, clear metrics and creative content. She has worked with organizations as diverse as the World Bank, the Water Environment Federation, the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers. Andrea holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree from Georgia Tech and Master of Public Affairs degree from the LBJ School at the University of Texas at Austin.
She also has 22 years of experience as a stand-up comic.

Innovation never comes without risk and often brings consequences that can impact our health, safety and environment. That is why our regulatory system is designed to protect and serve the public interest. Yet as the speed of modern technological development accelerates, even well-intentioned regulations can inadvertently discourage beneficial progress.
Each company in the film has the potential to revolutionize our lives, but all face a common roadblock: an outdated regulatory system that impedes their pathways to success.
Can our society re-imagine our regulatory approach to break down outdated barriers and usher in a new age of human progress? Filmmaker’s answer is , IT CAN BE DONE.

Please check They Say It Can’t be Done web site


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