It seems to be a tendency that as the Arctic sea ice shrinks, the distrust in climate researchers increases exponentially. Simon Lamb is a British geologist, whose frustration over the world's reluctance to face these problems leads him to grab his camera and embark upon a journey across four continents. On his way he meets several scientists, who by showing the increasingly alarming climate changes, put forth a consensus that these problems are both man-made and up to humanity to reverse.
Simon Lamb, David Sington
SIMON LAMB has a PhD in geology from Cambridge University, and is today Associate Professor in geophysics at Victoria University of Wellington. He is the author of two popular science books, and has been involved in several TV documentary productions.
DAVID SINGTON is a self-taught documentary filmmaker, who is well known for his acclaimed BBC-series "Earth Story" (1998). He is the maker of the awarded documentary IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON (2007), and is currently working on the series "Moon Machines" for Discovery Channel.