Daylight is brief at the top of the world this time of year, but my flight home from Paris took me over the Polar Ice Cap and I managed to catch a view of moonrise and sunlight glinting off the pressure ridges in the ice. From 35,000 feet, they look like mountain ranges.
Lovely as it was, it was hard not to be shaken by the view of the broken sea ice that followed. It’s a reminder that global warming challenges us all.
Home now in LA, with lots of memories of Paris and things to think about….
PS: I’m not sure if I told you this, but four years ago I wrote about this little documentary concerning this subject. I begged the producers to let me do the story while the film was still being edited. No one was really talking about global warming much back then — except for one man who I had the honor of interviewing. The film turned into a very big deal. I’m very proud that LA Times was the first news organization to have the story. Here are the links to the old clips
if you want to see them…
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