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Chasing Ice



last friday we screened the remarkable – Emmy winning (2014) – film Chasing Ice.

It describes the year long task of James Balog to photograph and record the changes in the receding ice cover, and melting glaciers in Greenland, Iceland, Alaska and Montana.

It contains amazing photos of how the team placed cameras in remote locations to record time lapse images and video, and the risks they faced in placing them there.

Coincidentally the R4 book of the weeks was the Flood, and in one episode describes a future Norwich sitting on an island surrounded by the North Sea. This is a point that SZC protestors like TEAGs and TASC make regularly – that by 2050 the nuclear waste site will be an island.

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