Years of Living Dangerously premier

Written on: April 12, 2014

This is being forwarded “as is” from Natural Resources Defense Council, a very reputable source of information. We recommend this as a “must see”. Please read through and then take the time to become informed about the climate crisis. As always pass this on to anyone you think may be interested.

FROM:   Frances Beinecke,  President
Natural Resources Defense Council

I’m writing to you about a new and groundbreaking documentary series about climate change: Years of Living Dangerously.

The first episode airs this Sunday, April 13 on Showtime — but you don’t need Showtime to watch. In fact, you can view the first episode right here.

We’ve waited a long time for a TV event that could help take the climate issue mainstream and drive more government action — by showing America the very real and far-reaching impacts on people and communities.

That’s exactly what Years of Living Dangerously does. This powerful show introduces us to men and women who are living on the frontlines of the climate crisis and reveals an alarming truth: Climate change is happening right now.

And this show does it as only Hollywood can, through the storytelling prowess of James Cameron, the reporting expertise of 60 Minutes’ Joel Bach and David Gelber and the intelligence of correspondents like Harrison Ford, Don Cheadle, Lesley Stahl, Mark Bittman, America Ferrera and others.

I hope you’ll take the opportunity to watch the premiere of Years of Living Dangerously. Please click here to learn more about this compelling nine-part series and view the first episode.

Let’s hope that this latest effort to raise public awareness about the climate crisis will help build new pressure on our leaders to respond. We urgently need that kind of public outcry as we fight to stop the Keystone XL pipeline, crack down on power plant pollution, close the Arctic to Big Oil and build a future powered by 100% clean energy.

Thank you, as always, for your strong support of NRDC and our environment!


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