Visit from an Australian Film Crew

June 20, 2013 at 10:52 am

Are attempts to prevent climate change a colossal waste of money? An in-progress film makes that argument.

This afternoon I’ll be interviewed by an Aussie film crew working on a documentary. Afterward, my husband is going to cook us all dinner :-)

The film, titled 50 to 1, argues that attempting to prevent climate change is 50 times more expensive than adapting to whatever changes eventually transpire. It’s a community-funded, Christopher “Topher” Field project that’s scheduled to be completed toward the end of this year.

Lots more info about the film and the production team can be found here.

I’m a huge fan of Topher’s 12-minute free speech video, below:



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