As we watch some of Earth’s largest glaciers melt away right before our eyes, denying that climate change exists might be melting away too. There are, however, skeptics out there who refuse to accept the chilling evidence. Enter “Chasing Ice” — 25 cameras, 16 glaciers, three years and one photographer who risks it all to prove the skeptics wrong.
Like this woman:
During that three-year period, environmental photographer James Balog and his creative team faced Mother Nature’s harshest conditions to document Earth’s most dramatic transformations. The result is tangible and jaw-dropping evidence that says one thing loud and clear: Nature is changing, right before our eyes.
Join us tonight as Balog talks about his journey. Here’s a sneak peek:
The talk on climate change continues with Jeffrey Sachs of the Earth Institute, Columbia University, who discusses solutions. And Hurricane Sandy volunteer Saleena Subaiya shares what it’s currently like on the ground in the aftermath of the storm. Expert Michelle Bernard also joins us to share the political news of the day.