The Geos Institute is a nonprofit organization that uses science to help people predict, reduce, and prepare for climate change. Based in Ashland, Oregon, we bring the best available science to community and natural resource planning processes, through publications, consulting services, and bridge-building between scientists and decision makers. Our three primary initiatives include ClimateWise, Banking on Forests, and Green Solutions.
“Chasing Ice” Film Screenings and Discussions on Oct. 23rd & 24th
The 2014 Emmy award-winner, “Chasing Ice,” documents one man’s mission to gather undeniable evidence of climate change. Follow James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey Team as they record magnificent time-lapse photography across the Arctic. Their videos compress years into seconds and show ancient ice in motion, disappearing at an alarming rate. www.chasingice.com
Three free screenings this week in Ashland and Medford: Oct. 23, 3pm (Geos Institute, 84 4th, Ashland)
Oct. 24, 7pm (Geos Institute, 84 4th, Ashland) Oct. 24, 7pm (Medford Library, 205 S. Central)