Time-Lapse Proof Of Extreme Ice Loss

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A little different from our usual content. This video is a Ted talk by James Balog, who is a nature photographer with over 40 years of experience.
In the video, James presents time-lapse proof of extreme ice loss in the polar ice caps.
The video was shot by what is called the ‘Extreme Ice Survey’, a network of time-lapse cameras set up to recording glaciers which are receding at an alarming rate. This video is put forward as evidence of climate change.

It doesn’t matter where you sit politically on the climate change debate. I think we can all appreciate the great work in creating this time-lapse video footage.

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