Climate change on film

by Richard on September 28, 2009

There are lots of places on the web you can watch videos, but TED has to be one of the most consistently engaging and informative.

Here’s a talk given by nature photographer James Balog which shows the effects of climate change through time-lapse photography of some of the world’s major glaciers. Compelling.

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Rick O. 09.29.09 at 11:57 pm

Balog’s oral presentation is hands down the most cogent and concise (considering the gravity of the subject) that I have heard. His synopsis of the effect of atmospheric CO2 glut, coupled with the disconcerting images of ice retreat around the globe, is stunning.

He’s right: everyone should see and hear this message. And soon.

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