This is an inspiring film for trailblazing mothers and parents around the world. Courageous and articulate moms, parents and grand-parents are organizing and exchanging profound information about climate change and the importance of nature for their babies and children. When they feel afraid and anxious about the state of the planet, they have an antidote: Action!
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CLIMATE CHANGE BABIES has won a prestigious Award of Merit from The Accolade Global Film Competition. The award was given for Jocelyn Demers exciting documentary CLIMATE CHANGE BABIES, a 45 minute production about the health risks of climate extreme weather on babies and children. CLIMATE CHANGE BABIES features exceptional British-Colombian parents, children and scientists sensitive to the well-being of children across the world.
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This 45-minute documentary looks at how the people making decisions about the climate and ecological crises are not the ones who will bear the brunt of global warming The film features members of the Babies for Climate Action group, as well as separate experts, activists and Indigenous leaders. Demers also interviews author and parent Elin Kelsey, whose book Hope Matters looks at why changing the way we think is crucial to solving the climate crisis.
Graham Sorenson, Biologist - Birds Canada
Dr. Lucia Severinghaus, Past President, International Ornithologists' Union
Dr. Yossi Leshem, Ornithologist - University of Tel Aviv
Dr. Alexandre Roulin, Biologist, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Mansour Abu Rashid, Chairman, Amman, Center for Peace and Development
Prof. Peter Ryan, Ornithologist - University of Cape Town
David Hancock, Biologist, Hancock Wildlife Foundation
David Scott, Biologist, Raincoast Conservation Foundation
Roger Emsley, Executive Director, Against Port Expansion Community Group
Patricia Baird, Ph.D., Biologist
Anne Murray, Ornithologist
Dr. Tara Martin, Forest & Conservation Sciences, University of British Columbia
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With the loss of global biodiversity and climate change in mind, the world`s best ornithologists are understanding how important birds are for ecosystems and economies. In this documentary, you will discover recent research conclusions with scientists and ornithologists from around the planet. You will share the passion and the love of birders and admire the most elegant and mobile creatures of the natural world. Birds are really important. They connect boreal forests to tropical forests and create these links that many other species don't create!
II am an independent producer of shorts and features. My documentaries have a presence in more than 100 universities and colleges. My new documentary is CLIMATE CHANGE BABIES. I directed, wrote and edited 7 documentaries about sustainability. My documentaries can be found online at Kanopy Canada, Kanopy USA, on Green Planet Films, on the NFB green channel TV, ProQuest, McIntyre Media Inc and on Films for Action.