Rising Tides DVD W/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE

Rising Tides DVD W/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE
Item# rising-tides-edu
$150.00

Product Description

ABOUT THE DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE: Each DVD w/ EDUCATIONAL USE LICENSE has a limited public performance site license, which allows the purchasing organization to use the film in its classroom for educational purposes only. The screening of the film cannot be advertised to the public and can only be attended by members or students of the purchasing organization.

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About The Film

Directors: J. Lazarus Auerbach, Scott Duthie TRT: 89 Min

Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Sandy. The increasing frequency of such devastating weather events demonstrates the realities of climate change and rising seas. For many coastal communities the impacts will be devastating. They have been fighting against vanishing coastlines for years with mixed results; often having no choice but to abandon properties and move buildings. Adding to this conversation are the conservationists and scientists who feel the coastlines should be left alone for a multitude of different reasons.

Rising Tides explores the topic of coastline erosion, showing what has been done in the past, what is being done now, what worked, what didnít and what the coastal areas can expect in the future. Through interviews with scientists, experts, nonprofits, homeowners, government officials, and other groups offering possible solutions, Rising Tides covers all angles of this life-threatening issue.

This award winning documentary offers an interesting and educational perspective so that the viewer can decide what should or should not be done to combat this global threat in our very near future.

Rising Tides explores the topic of coastline erosion, showing what has been done in the past, what is being done now, what worked, what didnít and what the coastal areas can expect in the future. Through interviews with scientists, experts, nonprofits, homeowners, government officials, and other groups offering possible solutions Rising Tides will explore all angles of this issue.