After graduating in philosophy and politics, Jack Guest single-handedly funded, directed and produced a film to address the impact of climate change and uncover workable solutions. Inspired by former United States Vice President Al Gore's 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth, Jack travels by boat to Sweden, a country aiming to break its dependency on oil by 2020, to speak with leading politicians, scientists and entrepreneurs. Jack also meets with families committed to reducing their impact on the environment and visits an eco-village completely dependent on renewable resources. Jack says: In no uncertain terms we face a huge problem on planet earth and An Inconvenient Truth 2 looks at turning that problem into an opportunity, showing that we can make things work, for everybody. It gives a positive message that things can get better and that change does not have to mean sacrifice.' He asserts: we already have the answers to climate change and we just need to implement them. The solutions for a stable climate do exist and they can enrich rather than restrict our daily lives.