I was invited to join filmmakers from around the world in December at the #COP21 Paris Climate Talks. I will be sharing stories through the Climate Listening Project. It is such an honor to be a part of this big conversation.
Also, I recently had an opportunity to direct an important new video looking ahead to Paris. In this video, Andrew Jones of Climate Interactive reviews contributions that countries are making and how far they take us to addressing climate change.
“How much could the pledges to the UN Climate Talks in Paris help? What more is required?”
The analysis comes from the Climate Scoreboard Climate Interactive has released, using the peer-reviewed freely available C-ROADS climate policy simulator developed in partnership with the MIT Sloan School of Management. Sir Robert Watson, former chair of the IPCC, led the external review of C-ROADS, which asserted that it was rigorously designed and suitable for widespread use.
Read more about their important work, recently featured on the front page of the New York Times.
Read more from Climate Interactive.
Video Credits: Script and scenario design: Drew Jones and Climate Interactive staff. Production, edits, and graphics animation: Robert Klein, Klein Digital. Simulation scenario creation: Lori Siegel. Direction: Dayna Reggero. Filming and lighting: Peter Brezny.