My 2013 video on permafrost was included with a Newsweek piece on the issue. These videos get watched by, and help educate, the media gatekeepers. That’s the key to changing the conversation.
Discussions of global warming often center on the release of greenhouse gases like carbon into the atmosphere, mostly from burning fossil fuels. There’s talk of “leaving it in the ground,” locking potential gases up in benign obscurity as untapped coal or oil reserves, but rarely does one see carbon slowly and steadily unlocking itself. In the Goldstream Valley in central Alaska, you can see it almost everywhere you look.
But in one spot, that carbon is still in suspended animation. Read more: Newsweek Features Permafrost Video | Climate Denial Crock of the Week