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In Chasing Ice, acclaimed National Geographic photographer James Balog, once a skeptic about climate change, deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers.


Communicating climate change - both tricky and urgent

I decided to jump into the comments stream on this Guardian-hosted event on the best ways to communicate climate solutions, as below. The format was somewhat of a shocker, requiring a read-through of multiple comments coming in at all angles, and yet produced various pointers to useful resources on the subject. 305 more words


Chasing Ice - The Most Captivating Documentary I've Ever Seen

By: Kristen Linsalata, News Editor, The Pioneer
“Chasing Ice” directed by Jeff Orlowski is the most captivating documentary about the planet’s rapidly melting glaciers that I have ever seen. 458 more words

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Seen any award-winning conservation films lately?

I love to watch a good film, and when it is nature conservation-related, then I am humming. It’s a great way to better understand a conservation issue and the science behind the narrative. 555 more words

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My weekend, in film

As you will have gathered on Friday, I put together a rather formidable schedule of film viewing. This was partly due to the need to do a bit of catch-up, but also because after watching Snowpiercer and Drive the previous week, I was just in the mood to get some serious movie-watching done. 797 more words


Chasing Ice

One of the most frightening films I’ve ever seen is a documentary called Chasing Ice, which is streaming on Netflix. In the film one scientist places stationary cameras overlooking glaciers all over the world. 86 more words

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