Opinions abound aplenty, but facts are in short demand. For that reason, below I present some of the science-backed articles that informed my films. Please take a moment to read the attached links and to get informed.
Don't take my word for it. Read what scientists have to say about the growing climate crisis.
by David Wallace-Wells. NY Magazine
Famine, economic collapse, a sun that cooks us: What climate change could wreak — sooner than you think.
Also by David Wallace-Wells/ NY Times
The planet is getting warmer in catastrophic ways. And fear may be the only thing that saves us.
by Diego Arguedas Ortiz/ BBC
We know that climate change is happening – but there are plenty of things individuals can do to help mitigate it. Here’s your handy guide to the most effective strategies.
by Jen Viegas/ Seeker
Some 322 birds, mammals and reptiles all went extinct in just the past 500 years due to people, research shows. by Jen Viegas.
by Marian Liu/CNN
A massive pile of trash in the Pacific Ocean is growing. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch was first discovered in 1997. by Marian Liu
bu Adam Vaughan/The Guardian
Experts warn there may be no unspoilt places left within a century as report shows an area twice the size of Alaska has been lost since 1993.
by Damian Carrington/The Guardian
Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’ as study reveals billions of populations of
animals have been lost in recent decade.
by Joel Sartore/National Geographic
At the same time, new technology is helping conservation make big strides.
by Jeremy Blake/Business Insider
Every day, species around the planet are going extinct. And for each species that goes extinct, many more become and remain endangered due to habitat loss, poaching, and climate change.
by Matthew Taylor and Adam Vaughn/The Guardian
From campaigning to installing insulation and solar panels, some practical steps you can take to help avoid climate breakdown.
by Paul Hawken and the Project Drawdown Experts thought they knew what to expect when they modeled and ranked 80 solutions that could reverse global warming. But the data had some surprises in store.
by Paul Hawken and the Project Drawdown
The consequences of global warming are here today.
The most effective ways to curb climate change might surprise you
By Drew Kann, Will Houp, Judson Jones, and Sean O'Key
CNN Published April 19, 2019