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  • marisphere

    Saw this beautiful, intense, terrifying and inspiring film last night. At the end, not one audience member moved until the screen went black. I can't stop talking about it. I would have missed it, if not for this post. Thank you.

  • Neosteve

    This documentary was amazing; everyone should see this. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hillary Newman

    Hey Jeff, Thanks for sharing this with the GOOD Community. Just reached out to Paula about screening this at GOOD HQ. Is Paula the best person to connect with? Thanks!

  • Joanne Hughes

    Great, just passed it along to the Earth Science teacher in my building.

    • Ben Goldhirsh

      now we're talking. Joanne, what do you think of the new site? Nick's been cranking away.

      • Joanne Hughes Emanuele

        I love the new site, Ben. Nice work, user friendly and it seems to invite more conversation, encouraging an increased community of like minded individuals. I'm not partial or anything.....

  • Climate Resolve

    Photography and film media are both excellent ways to tell the story of our changing climate, especially when paired with hard-hitting science and pertinent facts.

    Members of our staff have seen Chasing Ice here in Los Angeles, and they can't recommend it enough. This film is an excellent opportunity to continue the discussion about the science and what climate change is gong to mean for humans into the future.

    Great work!

  • Higgins

    To answer the articles titled question... No. The best weapon would be for the major newspapers to print Front Page Headlines of significant research and unfolding developments such as the report for the World Bank by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Climate Analytics which was published last week.

    Without appropriate coverage (HEADLINES) of vital issues, there will never be enough political pressure to address climate change. We need a public campaign to demand the media do it's job of responsible journalism. See also Wen Stephenson's recent article on the media's failure.

  • capap2

    This film was in Chicago for a short week. It was incredible. I truly believe that everyone who feels that Global Warming (or Climate Change if you prefer), is a myth needs to see this film. Beautiful cinematography, powerful message and haunting statistics.

  • graceadams830

    Please take a good look at Global Thermostat's website. It almost seems that they are well on their way to being able to capture the carbon from burning coal for somewhat less than the utility that burned the coal paid for the coal back in August 2012. And that is getting the carbon into algae-based bio-char that can be either burned like coal or mixed in topsoil to hold water and plant nutrients in the root zone making irrigation and fertilizer application more efficient.

  • veggieburger

    Cameras do not lie.....unless they r programmed 2 do so. Digital documentation of real climate change will b difficult 4 'change deniers' 2 counter. 2 'win' this debate & battle.....we must have indisputable proof. Deniers will have a difficult time crafting false 'data'.

  • Alex Gorosh

    This looks amazing. Can't wait to see it.

    • Ben Goldhirsh

      gonna figure out where it's playing. group trip?

      • Hillary Newman

        I'm in! If it's anything like The Cove, it's going to be an emotional night.

        • Ben Goldhirsh

          just checked online and saw that tonight is the last night it's playing at the nuart.

          • Hillary Newman

            I'm going to do some research and see if we can screen this at GOOD HQ. Could be a fun GOOD Local event.