Thin Ice (2013 film)

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Thin Ice.

Thin Ice[1] is a 2013 documentary film following geologist Simon Lamb on a search to understand the science behind climate change. This is achieved by traveling the world and meeting a range of scientists, from biologists to physicists, who are investigating the climate. The film's conclusion emphasises the scientific consensus on human-induced climate change.

The film was a joint initiative between Oxford University and Victoria University of Wellington, and premiered around the world on Earth Day 2012, and in New Zealand in 2015.[2]

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  1. ^ "Thin Ice — the movie". RealClimate. Retrieved 23 December 2013.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Stuff.co.nz (6 September 2015). "Kiwi climate change documentary premieres in New Zealand". 

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