Not sure how to introduce your class to climate change? If you’re only going to show them one video, this is the one.
Directed by James Cameron (director of Avatar and Titanic), and boasting stars from Iron Man 2, Vampire Diaries, and Matt Daemon and Harrison Ford and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Years of Living Dangerously is sure to captivate your students.
The first episode includes interviews and breathtaking graphics from NASA, as Harrison Ford goes on the ground in Indonesia to investigate deforestation and haze.
Students can also appreciate how lucky we are to have a good water access in Singapore, as Thomas L. Friedman investigates how water is leading to conflicts in other parts of the world.
Marrying together geography, civics, science, ecosystems and culture – Years of Living Dangerously is a perfect way to introduce your students to all the implications of global warming and climate change.
Oh, and did I mention they also have teaching materials? They have teaching materials.
Watch the first episode:
(Do note, those hanging out to see Arnie & Ian Somerhalder, they’re not in the premiere episode)