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Global Warming: Our Searing Earth (2007)

Global Warming: Our Searing Earth lays bare the hidden catastrophe of global warming. Using original interviews with scientists and victims alike we look to the truth behind the controversy... See full summary »

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Global Warming: Our Searing Earth lays bare the hidden catastrophe of global warming. Using original interviews with scientists and victims alike we look to the truth behind the controversy and examine the devastating current and future effects on our planet. Even the Pentagon is preparing for the fact that massive climate change will cause civil disruption and conflict around the world. Scientists tell us that the effects of global warming could turn Northern Europe in an icebox and flood half of Bangladesh. We find the people who are fighting global warming one power source at a time, one household at a time, one car at a time. And finally ask the question: Is there anything that we can do to prevent the catastrophe?

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1 March 2007 (USA)  »

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