The documentary “Climate Change: Killer Years” was created by and is made by two people who are actually climate scientists. The film examines the impacts of climate change on the global environment and how it can affect the life of all who live here.
The film is essentially a documentary of climate change and how our planet is affected by the changes brought about by the changes brought about by climate change. It also includes interviews with scientists who state that the effects of climate change will be felt in the future so we shouldn’t expect anything to be the same in a few decades.
It’s no surprise that the film is so good because it’s about how climate change is so much more than a “natural disaster”. It’s a global problem, and the effects of climate change are already being felt in our daily lives. There is a film that shows the effect of global warming on the climate for the first time. It takes a look at the effects of global warming in the Arctic and Antarctic and how it affects the whole world’s ecosystems.
The film has a lot of interesting facts and figures about the effects of global warming that will be relevant to any climate change viewer. The film also shows the effects of global warming on the Arctic and Antarctic and how it affects the whole worlds ecosystems.
It’s probably the best climate change documentary that I’ve ever seen.
It is very well done. The production is superb. The cinematography is great. The voice-overs are excellent. And the music is absolutely amazing and a perfect complement to the film.
The best part of the film is the fact that the filmmakers went to such great lengths to go beyond their own personal feelings and knowledge to show us what we might actually experience if we were to actually experience the events of the film. It’s a true story.
I’m not sure why people think the climate is changing. It hasn’t always been that way. For example, most scientific studies show that the climate has changed only slowly over the last century, but humans have been altering the environment for the past several hundred thousand years.
In the world of this documentary, there are many things that humans have been doing to the environment for the past several hundred thousand years. They’ve been burning fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas, and dumping acid water into the seas. They’ve been poisoning the land with pesticides and herbicides, and they’ve been using coal and oil to power cars and planes.
What makes this documentary so interesting is that it looks at a very slow and steady process of change. Although we are certainly going through a lot of change right now, there are actually positive changes that we can start to take action on right now. We can all do our part to make this world a better place—we can all make a difference.