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Global Warming: The Signs and The Science

Global Warming: The Signs and The Science

PBS special, co-production of South Carolina ETV and Stonehaven Productions

From the Georgetown Times...

...“Global Warming: The Signs and The Science,” is a one-hour documentary exploring what is arguably the most significant environmental phenomenon of the last 10,000 years. It is scheduled to air on PBS Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m.

International recording artist Alanis Morissette hosts and narrates this cautionary and empowering look at the forces of climate change, a co-production of South Carolina ETV and Stonehaven Productions.

Filmed in the US, Asia and South America, this wide-ranging, compelling and accessible program brings the reality of climate change to life and offers viewers inspiring examples of people making a difference in their own communities.

The program features numerous science experts, including Thom Hartmann, author of “Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight” and host of Air America’s “The Thom Hartman Program.” They review a growing body of evidence of the grave consequences of a changing climate, and explores how individuals, communities and organizations across America are creating new approaches to safeguard future generations...

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