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7 Things You Should Do After Watching ‘How to Let Go of the World’ | Eco Watch

“How to Let Go of the World is unlike any other documentary you’ve ever seen on climate change. Traveling to 12 countries on six continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, what is it that climate change can’t destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?” ~ Josh Fox…

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New Age of Enlightenment: Why Climate Change Needs 60,000 Artists to Tell Its Story | Occupy

“Communicating the climate message to inform, but also engage and influence behaviour has proven intensely difficult. Over a decade of research on this issue has highlighted the need for communication to engage with people’s “deep frames” – beliefs formed over a lifetime, which are mostly subconscious… The world must turn to its artists: storytellers, film-makers; musicians; painters and multi-media wizards.” ~ Elizabeth Boulton

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Noam Chomsky: Climate Change & Nuclear Proliferation Pose the Worst Threat Ever Faced by Humans | Democracy Now!

“As war spreads across the globe, a record 60 million people were driven from their homes last year. Experts warn the refugee crisis may also worsen due to the impacts of global warming. Over the weekend, NASA released data showing 2016 is on pace to be by far the hottest year ever, breaking the 2015 record. Meanwhile, many fear a new nuclear arms race has quietly begun, as the United States, Russia and China race to build arsenals of smaller nuclear weapons. These multiple crises come as voters in the United States prepare to elect a new president. We speak with one of the world’s preeminent intellectuals, Noam Chomsky…”

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James Hansen on Greenland Ice and Canada’s Fires

More consequences of climate change evident in Canada fires – ClimateCrocks says, “Though it’s tough to pin any particular disaster on climate change, in the case of Fort McMurray the link is pretty compelling. In Canada, and also in the United States and much of the rest of the world, higher temperatures have been extending the wildfire season.”

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Science & Green News: 4/19/16 (Thom Hartmann)

Thom Hartmann reports the Science & Green News for April 19, 2016. The covered topics include… The U.S. is unprepared for a major Zika Virus outbreak. Greenland’s ice sheet is in a red-alert meltdown. Scientists confirm their consensus on climate change. Heartburn drugs cause kidney damage. Urban vegetation benefits your health.

Science & Green News: 4/19/16 (Thom Hartmann) was originally published on Aware & Fair

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