North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival

Ice Requiem

Expired April 26, 2021 4:59 AM
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Films are available to view midnight, Sunday, April 11 through midnight, Sunday, April 25.

What if, to better understand how ice is born, lives, and dies, we just had to listen carefully?

The Arctic ice cap is melting much faster than predicted - scientists still lack data to refine their predictions. For example, the precise thickness of the ice is difficult to determine. 

To help solve this problem, Grenoble-based researchers will, for the first time, set up microphones in the closest inhabited region to the North Pole. The Svalbard archipelago has long been attractive for its coal deposits and is today at the forefront of climate change.

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  • Runtime
    52 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Lionel Cariou & Eric Larose
  • Screenwriter
    Lionel Cariou
  • Producer
    Riddim Production