Science and Distortion - Stephen Schneider
Posted on 1 January 2012 by Rob Honeycutt
This is a new video out produced by Stephen Thomson of Plomomedia that was first aired at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on December 6, 2011. It was an introduction piece for an event honoring the late Stephen Schneider and awarding Dr Richard Alley with the first Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Communication.
Not only is this an excellently produced video but it is a wonderful and balanced encapsulation of the reality of the climate situation and public debate. If you have friends who are just starting to become interested in the climate change issue, this would be an excellent place to point them for an introduction.
For further debunking of the myths that pop up in this video see:
For more information on Stephen Thomson and Plomomedia you can check out his website here.
Stephen also has a video from earlier this year which has received over 300,000 views where he puts a Bill McKibben OpEd piece to video with great success.
For more information on Climate One their site is here.
I think we can all agree that between Peter Sinclair, Peter Hadfield and Stephen Thomson we have a group of very talented video artists helping to effectively and compellingly communicate the science of climate change.