Burn Up (2008– )
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Conclusion: Crowley sends Dernay to the World Forum on Climate Change in Calgary to look for Masud. Mack leads the Open Business Coalition and their friendly countries in moves to scupper ... See full summary »

Director:

Omar Madha

Writer:

Simon Beaufoy

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Bradley Whitford ... Mack
Neve Campbell ... Holly
Rupert Penry-Jones ... Tom
Marc Warren ... Philip Crowley
Claire Skinner ... Clare
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Allison Don Allison ... Brent Schales
Rosalind Bailey Rosalind Bailey ... Lillian
Linden Banks ... Rolf
Brenda Bazinet ... Marianne
Stephen Bogaert ... Matthias
John Bourgeois ... Robert Cooper
Philippa Burt Philippa Burt ... Protester
Simon Chin ... Head Monk
Don S. Davis ... The Man
Cedric De Souza ... Indian Delegate
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Storyline

Conclusion: Crowley sends Dernay to the World Forum on Climate Change in Calgary to look for Masud. Mack leads the Open Business Coalition and their friendly countries in moves to scupper Kyoto II. Dernay contacts Masud and tries to go to McConnell but he dismisses her. Crowley gets support within the Open Business Coalition from McConnell and the insurance companies and they win over the United States Treasury Secretary Brent Schlaes.

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Country:

UK | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 July 2008 (UK) See more »

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Tom: You won't do anything about it - you're doing the f - -ing opposite! You could clean up on renewables for God's sake.
Mack: Don't you understand? They like climate change! They like it! Carbon dioxide's the wind and the stars and stripes now - it's part of our foreign policy. The Himalayas melt, no show from the monsoons, drought, rice crops failing, famine in China, hundreds of thousands of people die, probably millions.
Tom: That's foreign policy?
Mack: No, this is the way they think. It's cheaper than the ...
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