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Exciting Climate Series

April 4, 2014

Invite your friends and neighbors (especially the skeptics) to watch the first of a nine-part TV series on climate change: Years of Living Dangerously, Sunday, April 13th. James Cameron directs Hollywood celebrities and respected journalists who span the globe exploring the issues of climate change. 

The show features a moving story of the closure of a meat packing plant in Plainview Texas, caused by declines in cattle due to the drought, and also powerfully recounts the story of refugees and fighters in Syria who were displaced by drought.

The entire series will air on Showtime. The first episode is available online for free. Please RSVP to let us know you'll be a host or will view the show. When you do, we'll send you a special viewer's guide.

Listen to the discussion by expert health professionals and the movie's scientific advisor on the psychologic impacts of global warming as well as the benefits of watching this series in house parties and with friends.

Dr. Joe Romm — Fellow, American Progress and scientific advisor to Years of Living Dangerously

Dr. Catherine Thomasson — Executive director, Physicians for Social Responsibility

Dr. Lise Van Susteren — Advisory board member, Center for Health in a Global Environment at the Harvard School of Public Health

Dr. James H. Bray — Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Former President of the American Psychological Association

George Marshall — Director of projects and co-founder, Climate Outreach Information Network 

Watch the trailer below and view the first episode for free online here.


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