Good News For Climate Watchers

  • Published on September 16th, 2014

If you’re concerned about the world’s climate (including what’s happening in the United States), today’s a great day to self-educate.

Good news for climate watchers: 24 Hours of Reality (CRP)Two good news for climate watchers opportunities are available. First, 24 Hours of Reality: 24 Reasons for Hope starts today at noon and continues for the next 24 hours, live from Brooklyn, New York. The program is initiated and sponsored by The Climate Reality Project, a leading organization for mobilizing action around climate change.

We see a lot of gloomy climate reports day in and day out on the media. This isn’t one of those days. As we previewed before Labor Day, September 16-17 is 24 hours set aside for celebrating innovation and progress in dealing with new climate realities. Link here for full information.

Good News for Climate Watchers: Don Cheadle interviews a rancher, from Years of Living Dangerously

The second opportunity gives you the chance to view Years of Living Dangerously, SHOWTIME’s Emmy-winning documentary, on demand whenever you want for $22.99. That’s the price for the entire series on DVD, and it’s a lot cheaper than a cable subscription. You can also purchase individual episodes for $2.99 apiece.

We urge you to explore both offers. They are both good news for climate watchers. They’ll make it easier for you to discuss the facts with people who want to sweep climate issues under the rug, and they’ll help you, family, and friends confront what could be unpleasant realities with hope.

For more information on today’s event, visit this site. Follow the project on twitter at @ClimateReality. And to order the Years of Living Dangerously DVDs, click here.


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covers environmental, health, renewable and conventional energy, and climate change news. She's worked for groundbreaking environmental consultants and a Fortune 100 health care firm, writes two top-level blogs on Examiner.com, ranked #2 on ONPP's 2011 Top 50 blogs on Women's Health, and attributes her modest success to an "indelible habit of poking around to satisfy my own curiosity."