Climate Refugees

1hr 24min | 2010
CLIMATE REFUGEES uncovers the unbelievable plight of people around the world displaced by climatically induced environmental disasters. The documentary illuminates for the first time the human face of climate change as civilization now finds itself facing the confluence of overpopulation, lack of resources and a changing climate. Traveling the world and interviewing several of the 25 million climate refugees now on the run, along with scholars, politicians and the like, CLIMATE REFUGEES brings to light the heart-wrenching truth of what is quickly becoming mankind?s greatest challenge.

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Topics: Global Warming, Sundance Film Festival, Politics, Environment, DC Environmental Film Festival, Climate Crisis, Climate Change, Climate
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Titu Tapel
Titu Tapel
November 10, 2014
This is an amazing movie, it impressed me. I love it.
Deane Wang
Deane Wang
September 8, 2014
A
powerful. we need to cat
Monisola
Monisola
August 8, 2014
A
Nicole Hansen
Nicole Hansen
May 28, 2014
A
This is so much more than an environmental film. This is a wake-up call to get us to do something!
Ted Howe
Ted Howe
March 14, 2014
A
Debbie Peek
Debbie Peek
February 27, 2014
A
This Doc is one that should be seen by anyone that can understand what the consequences are of the displacement of millions of people. Non-existent borders have a much bigger impact than your imagination can conger up. We will deploy every veteran available to stablize millions of people who will need the exact same thing Americans will need, the basics to keep you alive, start with water, food, shelter. Humans are resillient, they will do what ever is necessary to survive. Share this with everyone.
Ted Fujimoto
Ted Fujimoto
February 10, 2014
A
Wolf
Wolf
February 7, 2014
A
Clear science, comprehensive explanations about the impact that climate change in third-world countries will have upon first-world countries. Though it paints the situation as dire, which can be discouraging, it also provides clear and easy suggestions at the end about what we can personally DO to, at a minimum, make small, cumulative changes that might make an impact in the long run.
Heather Allen
Heather Allen
February 5, 2014
A