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documentary // seeing is believing: 'Chasing Ice' is a must-see

The problem with addressing climate change, one that is key to the constant stalemates in international negotiations regarding the issue, is that in many ways we can’t actually see its most shocking impacts – global warming is an enormous problem that… 201 more words

-Climate Change Stranded on the High Seas-

Thursday: Science

Last night I had the privilege of attending a seminar by James Balog  at McGill university in Montreal, Canada. Balog is an environmental activist whose captivating films and images have reached millions in an attempt to raise awareness about the role of humans in modifying the planet. 911 more words

Science

Feed Your Head: He's a photographer and scientist who has seen crashing glaciers. Hear him talk this week

James Balog, star of an award-winning documentary called Chasing Ice, will be at Moyse Hall in the Arts Building of McGill University on Wednesday evening at 6. 171 more words

Life

AiG is just silly, but global warming denial is serious

Update: just in from NASA: “In Greenland, Another major glacier comes undone”  

Firstly, who do you think said this:

CO2 emissions must be reduced to avoid serious climate change. 409 more words

Climate

The Story of Melting Ice

Pennsylvania photographer James Balog is known for his works that explore the relationship between humans and nature. But his most known project, called Extreme Ice Survey, is a unique study of melting glaciers of our planet. 351 more words

Human Impact On The Environment

FILM: Chasing Ice

CHASING ICE – 2014 EMMY® AWARD WINNERS!

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.

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