In Seward, Alaska, Exit Glacier is melting at an astonishing rate. Local guide Rick Brown has witnessed first-hand how the glacier’s rapid disappearance has affected the local community. This stunning short film by Raphael Rogers, Paul Rennick, and Kristin Gerhart examines Exit Glacier’s dramatic impact and gives a voice to one of the many people affected by climate change.
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He’s Watching This Glacier Melt Before His Eyes | Short Film Showcase