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Years of Living Dangerously

Telling the biggest story of our time

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Climate change is far more than an environmental issue. It’s a human issue. And it’s the greatest challenge of our time.


This challenge touches everyone on Earth. No one has been spared. The food you eat, the water you drink, your health, your job, even our economies — they are all at serious risk from a changing climate.

What’s more, we’re destroying the natural places, like forests and coral reefs, that help balance our climate and protect us from the effects of climate change.

This is a story that needs to be told. And an exciting television series has told it — with leaders from Conservation International as part of the all-star cast of correspondents.

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      The nine-part series, called “Years of Living Dangerously,” takes you around the world. You’ll see the places, and meet the people, affected by climate change. You’ll see Dr. M. Sanjayan, CI’s executive vice president, as he travels to the ends of the Earth to interview some of the world᾿s top climate scientists. You’ll meet Harrison Ford, the vice chair of CI’s board, as he explores the devastating effects of deforestation.

      And you’ll explore the ways that communities, companies and scientists are finding solutions to the tremendous challenges we face.

      Created by executive producers James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub and Arnold Schwarzenegger, “Years of Living Dangerously” combines Hollywood storytelling with shoe-leather reporting to show how climate change has taken hold in every corner of the globe.

      The first episode alone takes you from Syria to the Texas Panhandle and shows you how the lives of ordinary people are already being shaped by our warming world. And throughout the series, the blockbuster cast of correspondents — world-renowned climate scientists, passionate activists and concerned celebrities — makes it clear: We need to act.

      If you missed “Years of Living Dangerously” on television, look for it on DVD starting September 7.

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      If you’ve been paying attention, the findings in the newest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will not come as a surprise.

      From Typhoon Haiyan to drought in California and Australia to extreme flooding in the Amazon, shifting weather patterns attributed to climate change are taking a toll on lives and livelihoods across the globe. - Read more »

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