charles ferguson

In the new documentary Time To Choose, director Charles Ferguson posits that there is a way to change the trajectory of climate change. The tools for arresting a dismal future are already in play, being pushed forward by innovators and thinkers who recognize the pressing need.
But that is nowhere near the lethal impact felt by the world's largest coal country. Beijing and Shanghai, beautiful at night
Life on Earth depends on people making smart choices now.
Climate change affects all facets of our lives, from health to national security.
In a special event, you can watch the important new climate change film, "Time to Choose," from Oscar-winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson.
On Monday, November 30th, The Huffington Post is thrilled to showcase, in a special event, the new film from Oscar-winner
On Monday, November 30th, The Huffington Post is thrilled to showcase, in a special event, the new film from Oscar-winner
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