Category: Years of Living Dangerously S01

Moving a Mountain

Sunday October 27, 3pm Episode 9, “Moving a Mountain” (June 9, 2014): Hall concludes his journey to Bangladesh, where rising seas are expected to submerge 17% of the country.[38] He learns that global warming is a human rights, public health and foreign policy issue. Sanjayan questions top climate scientists in their fields who collect data from the […]

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A Dangerous Future

Sunday October 13, 4pm Episode 8, “A Dangerous Future” (Originally aired June 2, 2014): Michael C. Hall travels to Bangladesh to see how climate change will impact workers and the poor in developing countries in the coming decades, when a projected 150 million people will be forced to leave their homes to escape sea level rise and increased drought, insect-borne […]

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Revolt, Rebuild, Renew

Sunday October 13, 3pm Episode 7, “Revolt, Rebuild, Renew” (May 26, 2014): Jessica Alba follows Climate Corps fellows as they work to help US companies save money and improve profits through energy efficiency and sustainability management. Friedman studies how the effect of global warming on the US wheat crop (and that of other exporting nations) caused a spike in wheat prices in […]

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Winds of Change

Sunday October 6, 4pm, Episode 6, ”Winds of Change” (Originally aired May 19, 2014): America Ferrera reports on how public policy has supported the growth of wind and solar power in Kansas, and how oil and gas companies, with lobbyists and allies like the Heartland Institute and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) oppose these policies. Meanwhile, Bittman discovers that extracting natural […]

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True Colours

Sunday October 6, 3pm Episode 5, “True Colors” (Originally aired May 12, 2014): Olivia Munn learns about ocean acidification and the proposed West Coast coal export terminals that would nearly double US coal exports. She follows the governor of the State of Washington, Jay Inslee, as he makes the fight against global warming a top priority in his first year in […]

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Ice & Brimstone

Sunday September 29, 4pm | Season 01, Episode 04, “Ice & Brimstone” (Originally aired May 4, 2014): Ian Somerhalder follows Anna Jane Joyner, the daughter of prominent Evangelical preacher, Rick Joyner, as she works to persuade congregations and preachers in North Carolina (including her skeptical father) to join the Evangelical fight against global warming and the Beyond Coal campaign to shut down a […]

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The Surge

Sunday September 29, 3pm | Season 01 Episode 03, “The Surge” (Originally aired April 27, 2014): Chris Hayes reports on how Superstorm Sandy affected towns and families; he meets with congressman Michael Grimm from New Jersey, initially a climate skeptic, who changes his position on global warming after reviewing the science and the work of fellow-Republican Bob Inglis. M. Sanjayan interviews scientists around the world about […]

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End of The Woods

Sunday September 22, 4pm | Episode 2, “End of the Woods” (first aired April 20, 2014): Schwarzenegger accompanies the “hot shots”, elite firefighters in Western US forests, as they risk their lives fighting the fire season made longer and more destructive by global warming, as fire regions expand from the southwest US further north into Canada. He learns […]

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Dry Season

Sunday September 22, 3pm. Season 01 Episode 01 “Dry Season”  (first aired on April 13, 2014) Don Cheadle reports on the severe droughts in the Southwest United States, following scientist and devout Christian, Katharine Hayhoe, as she speaks to religious audiences about the connection between extreme weather and climate change; Harrison Ford visits Indonesia to learn how slash-and-burn deforestation, driven by the global […]

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The Years of Living Dangerously

The YEARS Project is a multi-platform education and communications effort designed to elevate climate change as the issue of our time and stimulate an international conversation to encourage collective action by the public, legislators and business leaders. The Guardian described The YEARS Project as the “most important climate change multimedia communication effort in history.”

The YEARS Project has generously donated the screening rights to Seasons 1 & 2 to BRAVE | Social Cinema for screenings in Barrie, Ontario. The Years of Living Dangerously will be our flagship screening feature throughout the 2019 and 2020 BRAVE Seasons.

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