>If you missed this episode of NOW on PBS, I urge you to check it out… this article has a link to viewing it online. An excellent, beautiful and disturbing documentary. With all the problems, economic, energy, environmental, etc, that we’re dealing with, it’s easy to get numb to the global warming threat. But it’s real and progressing.
NOW | On Thin Ice
Seventy-five percent of the world’s fresh water is stored in glaciers, but scientists predict climate change will cause some of the world’s largest glaciers to completely melt by 2030. What effect will this have on our daily lives, especially our water and food supply? With global warming falling low on a national list of American concerns, it’s time to take a deeper look at what could be a global calamity in the making.
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