‘How Steep is Now’ at ASCUS Exhibition

Liz Adamson, Graeme Todd, Prof. Mark Huxham

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Abstract

Title of Output : ‘How Steep is Now’
Author ASCUS, Polarcap (Liz Adamson and Graeme Todd) Dr Mark Huxham
Date of Output 2012
Type of Output: Film
Location Gazi Kenya ,Kyoto Japan ,Shanghai China
Venue ASCUS Project Space
URL or DOI (if available) http://ascus.org.uk/
This project is cross- disciplinary, originated by Liz Adamson, Graeme Todd, UoE and marine biologist Dr Mark Huxham, Napier University. It bridges the communication gap between science and the understanding of the general public concerning the subject of climate change. It uses local data from different communities across the world, gathered in the form of video interviews to build up a more global perspective that informs even the most sceptical viewer. The importance of this project lies in its inclusiveness and its mission to involve as many people across race, gender and social class, giving equal weight to all. The result is a work that is engaging, informative and effective.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherPolarcap
Media of outputFilm
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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