If we do nothing, our planet will face severe impacts, and billions of people will be hurt, most of whom contributed little or nothing to the problem. How is that just? How is that loving our neighbors?
Showtime's climate change series takes a hard look at Chris Christie, RGGI, and Americans for Prosperity.
We are the first generation to know that climate change is a clear and present danger, and also the last generation that can stop it.
“Years of Living Dangerously,” a nine part Showtime documentary series that premiered on April 14, explores stories like this one across the world from Texas to Syria. The focus is our changing climate; the damage that has already been done and that which is yet to come. These stories are woven together to create what Showtime is branding as “the biggest story of our time.” The hope is that audiences will come to agree.
M. Sanjayan, a host of Showtime's new series on climate change, talks about almost dying on set, telling the stories behind science, and the new face of global warming.
'I was aware, intellectually, that I would be going to a place that had very few of the creature comforts that I take for granted,' Michael C. Hall says of going to Bangladesh for his part in Showtime's 'Years of Living Dangerously.'
Climate change is made visceral in the Showtime series.