A documentary film you won’t want to miss.
02.09.11 Update: In January, 2011, the area of Arctic sea ice coverage was at its smallest since satellite records began–1.27 million sq km less than the 1979-2000 average. This and more is covered in The Polar Explorer–the Official COP16 Film by award-winning documentary filmmaker Mark Terry.
The Polar Explorer premieres March 15,2011 at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. If you’d like to sponsor the film and be recognized in the credits, email info@myEARTH360.com.
Now, grab a hot drink and read more about the film plus my brief interview with its award-winning filmmaker, Mark Terry, on my blog, I Count for myEARTH.
An Arctic Sunrise | Photo: Mark Terry
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