Today’s featured climate scientist is Brian Helmuth, who took part in the panel discussions during our Canberra, Seoul and Beijing events during 24 Hours of Reality. He is the Director of the Environment and Sustainability Program at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. In his research, he explores the impacts of climate change on marine life. He also works with K-12 teachers to develop educational materials about science.
During 24 Hours of Reality, we were fortunate to work with many accomplished scientists who helped us tell the truth about climate change. One of these scientists was Eugene Cordero, who took part in our panel discussions during the Alaska, India and Pakistan events.
We wanted to make sure you heard the news. Yesterday, a new study confirmed the overwhelming scientific consensus that the Earth has warmed rapidly in recent decades.
Dramatic weather is happening in the midst of an extraordinary drought that has gripped the Southern United States for most of the year. In Texas alone, more than 90% of the state is now in extreme or exceptional drought.
How can you host a climate presentation? We’re glad you asked. More than 3,000 trained Presenters are ready to deliver our multimedia presentation about the reality of climate change.
Millions of people watched the live broadcast of 24 Hours of Reality — and some people took the opportunity to have a party. All over the world, communities organized watch parties that gave people an opportunity to view the presentation, discuss it among themselves and have some fun along the way.
Islamabad, Pakistan is one of the featured locations in 24 Hours of Reality.
During 24 Hours of Reality, we’re showcasing diverse countries and cultures from around the world. And luckily, we’ll be telling this global story with the help of a few musicians from Cape Verde.
As a young boy, Roberto Vámos witnessed the forests vanishing from the landscape of his native state of Rio de Janeiro, an experience which sparked his passion for environmentalism. Roberto now works at Brasil S, a consulting company that offers efficiency and sustainability solutions to clients.
Dong Sik Lee previously was the Chief Investment Officer for Samsung Asset Management, and has now started a new career as an environmentalist. While working in the financial industry, he stressed ethical business practices out of a belief that investors have a moral responsibility to create a better society through their work. He now wants to engage as many companies as possible to help solve the climate crisis.