Underground, Underwater and Below the Ice: A Time Bomb Is Ticking.

“Last Hours” is the first in a series of short films that explore the perils of climate change and the solutions to avert climate disaster. Each subsequent film will highlight fact-based challenges facing the human race, and offer solutions to ameliorate these crises. The initial short film series will culminate in a feature film to be presented prior to COP21, the 2015 UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris.

Last Hours Documentary

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  • Charlie Primero

    Leila Conners is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

    Fortunately for the Fourth Reich, kiddies don’t know history.

    • Andrew

      Poisoning the well.

  • BuzzCoastin

    > will highlight fact-based challenges facing the human race, and offer solutions to ameliorate these crises

    I listened to about 8.5 min of Henny Penny
    when the dude said
    we need to reduce carbon emissions dramatically
    and recommends a corpro-grubermentaly-ill action to save our ass

    nice fear mongering though
    loved the muzak

  • Karl W. Braun

    Just in time for Halloween. Boo!

  • drlechter

    This thing is strange. Lots of serious supporters apparently, but a major inaccuracy; The arctic ice melts and refreezes every year and while it is true that it is disappearing at a very alarming rate over recent decades, 2013 was actually a better year for it and it increased in size over 2012, which was an all time low.

    this thing appears to list the summer decline as though it were permanent and not rebuilt in the winter.

    Why the glaring inaccuracy?

  • Rogue Bolo

    Disinfo professionally done. First rate. A+++++!

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