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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Facing Climate Change: 4 new films from the Pacific Northwest

Benjamin Drummond / Sara Joy Steele

[image: Kathleen Nisbet]

Facing Climate Change
Four new films from the Pacific Northwest

We are very excited to announce the launch of four new films for Facing Climate Change! Oyster Farmers, Coastal Tribes, Potato Farmers and Plateau Tribes all explore global climate change through people who live and work in the Pacific Northwest. Watch them now and read the backstory on our blog.
ABOVE: Kathleen Nisbet from our new story, Oyster Farmers.

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[photo: Watch Oyster Farmers.]
The ocean off the Northwest coast is becoming more acidic and corrosive. It's happening faster than scientists predicted.
[photo: Watch Coastal Tribes]
The sea level is expected to rise up to four feet along Puget Sound shores by the end of this century. The Swinomish are beginning to adapt.
Find two more films from this series at

More news from our blog

[photo: Wild and Scenic]

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

In January, we premiered our new films, exhibited broadsides from The Natural Histories Project and joined a panel on Effective Storytelling in a Noisy World.
[photo: C4C]

Collaborations for Cause 2013

We're helping Blue Earth produce their second annual conference on collaborative storytelling for a cause, April 26-27 in Portland, OR.
[photo: Facing Climate Change]

More about our new films

This series came about after one of our project partners, the Climate Impacts Group, released a 400 page report.
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