New film featuring top climate scientists discussing COP21. Produced and narrated by Nick Breeze

What will it take to achieve a 1.5ºC boundary for global heating? Listen to the scientists and politicians give their reasons why it is not just complex but essential, and quite likely impossible in the timeframe we have. But that certainly does not mean we shouldn’t try! CLICK HERE TO WATCH Featuring: Caroline Lucas, British Member of Parliament Saleemul Huq, Senior Fellow at the International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED) Kevin Anderson, Deputy Director of Tyndall Centre for Climate Change & Professor at University of Manchester, UK Jason Box, professor in glaciology at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Paul Beckwith, part-time professor at University of Ottawa, Canada Shannon Phllips, Minister for the Environment in the Province of Alberta, Canada Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City Produced and narrated by Nick Breeze From Interviews conducted by Nick Breeze and from the UNFCCC webcast. Also with: Lauren Fabius, UNFCCC President

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