PBS Earth Emergency Film

Go here to watch Earth Emergency. Narrated by Richard Gere, it is an update on the climate conditions today. Feedback loops that cycle back and increase the impact are clearly explained in many systems: polar ice, forests, lakes and oceans. The film is one everyone can understand. Please share it with your friends. We are in a climate emergency but its urgency is being dampened by the pandemic and worries about the economy. People, our Earth is the basis of every economy.

From Woodwellclimate.org: Earth Emergency will stream simultaneously with broadcast and be available on all station-branded PBS platforms, including PBS.org and the PBS Video app, available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV and Chromecast. The film will also be made available to astronauts on the International Space Station. For more information, check local listings on PBS.org and the PBS Video app.

For what to do to stop these feedback loops, go to Drawdown.org.

Author: Susan Feathers

Family, friends, nature, books, writing, a good pen and journal, freedom of thought, culture, and peaceful co-relations - these are the things that occupy my mind, my heart, my time...

One thought on “PBS Earth Emergency Film”

  1. If we all really understood the statement that “our Earth is the basis of the economy,” we would be in a very different place today. Joe Manchin could not make his argument against Biden’s Build Back Better proposal. No one could say that combating climate change or reversing the loss of species will cost too much. Unfortunately, a belief in endless economic growth–itself the cause of all forms of environmental degradation–is a fundamental doctrine of our free-market economy.

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