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The Last Irene: Where Did All the Water Come From?

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This short film, "The Last Irene: Where Did All the Water Come From?" focuses on the effects of Tropical Storm Irene in Vermont and the storm's connection to the wider, global climate. It features footage of the storm's impacts and interviews with scientists, farmers, business owners, and homeowners, as well as climate activist Bill McKibben and Vermont State Climatologist Lesley-Anne Dupigny-Giroux.

Presented by Dr. Cathleen Geiger, Research Associate Professor, University of Delaware (Department of Geography, College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment) and Arctic Sea-Ice Scientist, and John Dolan, President of VINS.

Produced by the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Delaware with support from the National Science Foundation, in collaboration with Peter Malsin, Climate Change Educator, and Teo Erik Zagar of Longshot Productions.

 

Fillm maker for the project: http://longshotproductions.org/

Climate educator for the project: http://www.climate-ed.org/