Development Without Destruction showcases recent studies on energy options for Sarawak conducted by the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) of UC Berkeley. The research results are clear: the energy that would be produced from the mega-dams are widely excessive, even to sustain aggressive growth. Small-scale community-based renewable systems are lower cost, empower rural villages, and do not result in widespread destruction of critically important rainforest.

Watch the film in Bahasa Malaysia here.