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Coastal Erosion, Senegal

In the Senegalese town of Saint Louis, rising sea levels means that every year the sea gets closer to peoples homes and it is now just a matter of when, not if, their houses are swept away.

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Vietnam’s Mangroves, A Video

This film highlights the threat to Vietnam’s coastal mangrove forests.

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San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival, 2013

The mission of the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival is to inspire people to appreciate and care for the ocean by revealing its wonders through independent films. The Film Festival Opens March-7-10, 2013.

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Climate Change and Communities: An Example From Norway

Erosion, Films
Nov
26

The CostAdapt Project is a transnational EU Northern Periphery Programme funded project concerning local communities adaptation to climate change at the coast.

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Climate Change and Communities: An example from the Outer Hebrides

Erosion, Films
Nov
26

Professor Andrew Cooper, University of Ulster, narrates this video on the problems facing local communities in the Outer Hebrides.

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Coastal Change and Archaeology, an Example from Orkney

Professor Andrew Cooper, University of Ulster, narrates this short CoastAdapt video about coastal erosion and archaeology using Orkney as an example.

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Superstorm Moves Film From Theoretical to Concrete

In the documentary “Shored Up,” scientists warn that with a rising sea level, a major storm could put New Jersey’s barrier islands underwater and create devastating storm surges. In other words, what happened last month when Superstorm Sandy slammed into New Jersey and New York.

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‘Chasing Ice’ Follows James Balog’s Mission To Capture Climate Change

“Use your voice.” Standing before the audience at the New York City premiere of “Chasing Ice” in October, photographer James Balog offered this encouragement to individuals wondering what they can do in the face of global climate change. Chasing Ice is the story of one man’s mission to change the tide of history by gathering undeniable evidence of climate change.

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Save The Arctic Video, Greenpeace

The melting Arctic is under threat from oil drilling, industrial fishing and conflicts.

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