Gregg DEal, on Dakota Access Pipeline
a Native American Artist
Gregg Deal discusses the history and treatment of Native Americans in our country. He discusses how Native Americans may possibly be disproportionately affected by Climate Change. He shares his feelings about how the idea of rational political discussions have disappeared from our nation.
a mother, a scientist
Rebecca Safran is an accomplished scientist as well a mother and mentor. Her perspective allows her to give unique opinions on the way that science is communicated, and why it is important to listen to each other. She speaks about how her children have changed the timeline in which she views the world, and have driven her to create the best future possible for them.
Marc Doherty, backcountry skier
Marc has noticed the changes that are happening in the mountains of Colorado, through his skiing. The seasons are shorter, there is more dust and less snow. He discusses how this affects agriculture, and local industries, including the ski industry. As we suffer from drier seasons, ski resorts are relying more and more on snow-making which is a very energy intensive process. Marc talks about what he thinks the best solution to these problems are.
john and judy miller talk climate change
Ellen Miller's Parents
ellen goins, the ski industry
Ellen Goins tells us about her parents' cross country ski area, and how it has changed over the decades. She has lived in red river her whole life, and speaks to the the hardships and benefits of the small town community. Her knowledge of the mountains give her a unique insight into how the changing climate may be affecting her business, and her town.
Each of these videos features a climate scientist. They answer questions about how they think they could be doing better and why their information isn't resonating with the public.
They each discuss why they are passionate about their work, and who they are outside of their job. They want you to know that, even though they work in a controversial field, they still take off their lab coats at the end of the day and go home to their kids.
A CHRISTIAN, A FATHER, A CLIMATE SCIENTIST
bruce vaughn, climate scientist
JIM WHITE STORIES
"THERE IS A GOD"
this ranch has been passed down by the women of this family, for generations.
Carol talks about her favorite memories as a child, and how she feels that things are changing in the world of ranching
an island diver
Bert is a native to Caye Caulker, Belize. He owns a dive shop and speaks to why his country and his island mean so much to him, as well as his profession. He discusses the threat to their reef, the threat that tourism poses, and how he can't image a life without his island. Bert believes that the solution to a sustainable future for their island lies in education of younger generations.
california surfer, nikki harth
Nikki was born and raised in the small surfing town of Encinitas, California. His whole life has been shaped by the beach from childhood, to surfing, to opening a surf hotel with his brother. He has surfed all over the world and seen how things are changing. He speaks on the changing water temperatures, storms, and erosion. He is worried that Climate Change will have an impact on his traditions, memories, and new business.