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Postcard from the Sacramento Delta

Video | November 19, 2013 at 10:33

Jay Lund, scientist, and Daniel Wilson, farmer, take us on a tour of the Sacramento Delta, where the land level continues to sink, as the sea level continues to rise. How will this story end? Part of the Postcards from Climate Change series,...

Postcard from Colorado: H2Oil

Video | November 19, 2013 at 10:33

In September 2013, Colorado's Front Range area was hit by an unprecedented rainfall and massive floods. This Postcard from Climate Change shows the impact on fracked wells in Weld County, home to the highest density of oil and gas wells in the...

Postcard from the Oregon Coast (Mark Wygard)

Video | November 19, 2013 at 10:33

Mark Wygard is an oyster farmer on the Oregon coast and over the past few years he's seen some astonishing changes in the ocean that nearly destroyed his business. One day he showed up to tanks that were full of oyster larvae just two days before...

Postcard from Asheville, NC (Ned Gardiner)

Video | November 19, 2013 at 10:33

Ned Gardiner is the Visualization Project Manager at NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Climate Program Office. In this video, Ned talks about the severity of climate change and stresses the importance understanding how our...

Postcards from Climate Change - Send us a (video) postcard!

Video | July 16, 2013 at 12:02

We're collecting submissions from across the country, and then pairing those storytellers up with local filmmakers who can bring these stories to life. So if you have a story to tell or you're a filmmaker looking for stories, drop us a line.

Wish You Were Here? Postcard from the Rockaways, One Year Later

Video | November 19, 2013 at 10:33

What has happened in the year since Hurricane Sandy devastated the Rockaways? Did the hurricane help wash away the dividing line between this community's haves and have nots? Produced and shot by Cheryl Hess and edited by Scott Markowitz for...

Giving Thanks (or Why this Sh*t Matters)

Blog by Melissa Thompson | November 25, 2013

If your Thanksgiving is anything like mine, you might find yourself sitting at a table talking to a relative who says, “You work for who?” Next you might have to explain what people protesting drilling in the Arctic has to do with anything here...

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