Director Ray Kocur leads you through a thorough (and accessible) study of current climate change research, speaking with a dozen of Canada's foremost climate scientists as well as historians and civil rights activists to gain perspectives on the past, present and future of our climate reality. Originally screened at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Conference of Parties 19, in Warsaw, Poland, this film has been re-cut for a general audience, placing an onus on personal accountability and drawing connections between ones health and the health of our world. Audiences will learn about atmospheric composition, sea level rise, carbon transfers in forest systems, extreme weather events, flooding, ground water contamination, the Alberta tar sands, Canadian environmental history, and how media shapes our perspectives.
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