Chasing Ice has become an extremely important documentary project, combining the art of photography with the science of global warming to document and report on the too-fast changes to the planet's glacial landscapes.
Time-lapse photography has captured receding glacial terrain, shrinking ice caps, and other troubling effects from extreme climate change.
James Balog, a National Geographic photographer, the prime catalyst on this documentary project as he creates The Extreme Ice Project and sets about with a team of associates to provide irrefutable photographic evidence of Arctic ice loss due to climate change. Here's our Video Pick of the week, an excerpt from this important documentary.
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