Journalist come entrepreneur and long time climate change advocate Adrien Taylor tells the story of how he took a leap of faith that led him to Bangladesh with a climate scientist and a few amateur documentary makers, to film a country that bears the highest burden of displacement due to climate change. The documentary 30 Million is out later this year.
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BY DANIEL CHURCHMAN
@ VOL 2
ON AUG 09, 2013
Daniel Churchman gives a talk on coral reefs. They are an extremely important part of our ecosystem. Cyanobacteria, which creates some reefs, create 70% of the oxygen we breathe. Coral reefs are not studied or talked about enough; the first symposium on cold water reefs was not done until 2000. Due to global warming, we may be the generation that talks about their extinction.
Not Yet the End of the World
BY SUMMER GRAY
@ VOL 10
ON JAN 30, 2014
Summer Gray is a Ph.D. student in Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Research Associate at the International Institute of Climate Action and Theory. She speaks on the climate justice movement, and what we must do to save the planet from the destruction of global warming.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 5, 2014.
BY NATALIE JONES
@ VOL 18
ON MAR 27, 2014
Climate change and global warming are topics that have been debated about since the early 90s to today. For the long time that this topic has been talked about, what are the hopes of finding a solution? Natalie Jones talks about her experiences at the UN Climate Change Conference and tries to answer this exact issue. However, her time there has made her realize that it is the people that truly make a different and has empowered her to not take fact for truth and instead take action.
The Film Scenes in My Head
BY PAUL HUTCHINSON
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 06, 2014
Paul Hutchinson, film lover and founder of Bedford Film Festival takes us on a journey through the film scenes in his head. From the classics to the most recent, films are more than stories to show and tell, but to express one's emotions to one or hundred people. And through the movie pictures are how people can be touched and understand the story teller from behind the camera.
Les Calotte Polaires et le Réchauffement Climatique - Ice Sheets and Global Warming
BY XAVIER FETTWEIS
@ VOL 1
ON NOV 20, 2014
La réponse des deux calottes polaires (Groenland et Antarctique) à une hausse des températures est complètement différente.
La calotte du Groenland pourrait disparaitre à terme si on a une hausse de 3°C alors que celle de l'Antarctique pourrait atténuer dans un premier temps la hausse prévue du niveau de mers. Néanmoins, elle pourrait fondre à la base et se disloquer...
The response of both ice sheets to global change will be fully different.
The Greenland ice sheet would collapse if we have a temperature increase > 3°C while the Antarctica ice could mitigate the sea level rise in a first time. However, it could melt at its basis and break also in future ...
The Craft of Story Telling
BY SALLY JANOVER
@ VOL 5
ON JUL 19, 2018
Sally Janover has documented much of her life through the lens of a camera, pages of a script as well as the spoken word. She believes that story telling is not generally told in pictures, but well told, can create lasting images in the listener's imagination.