New Analysis Shows Global Exposure to Sea Level Rise

Climate Central just completed a novel analysis of worldwide exposure to sea level rise and coastal flooding and found that 147 to 216 million people live on land that will be below sea level or regular flood levels by the end of the century, assuming emissions of heat-trapping gases continue on their current trend.

The U.N.’s climate message is as tall as a skyscraper, and it’s gorgeous

Another BIG solution to climate change is in WHAT WE EAT!

WATCH & SHARE this video featuring our Executive Producer, James Cameron, and #YEARSproject correspondent, New York TImes columnist and cookbook author, Mark Bittman, talking about plant-based eating as a way to help stop climate change.

Here are some dates for our INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION:

* TURKEY - National Geographic, Premieres September 28th (9pm)
* ITALY - Focus, Premieres October 14th or 15th (Time TBD)
* AUSTRALIA - SBS, Premieres November 25th (Time TBD)

For other countries around the world, please stay tuned! We will provide updates as we finalize details. #YEARSproject

Did you enjoy Years of Living Dangerously? Then please write us a review on Amazon:

Our Emmy-winning series is NOW available on both DVD and Amazon Instant Video, Vimeo On Demand, and iTunes. #YEARSproject

CHECK OUT our Years of Living Dangerously Merchandise! All proceeds will go towards Season 2 #YEARSproject

WATCH: Video of Political Economist and former US Labor Secretary, Robert Reich, explaining what a PRICE ON CARBON is and how you can take action.

Share and act NOW! #PriceOnCarbon #YEARSsolutions

The New York Times calls Years of Living Dangerously ”the best American television series ever done on climate change.” 

Read: ‘Shining Star Power on a Crucial Subject’ by Justin Gillis.


Following today’s People’s Climate March - let’s focus on SOLUTIONS to climate change. Check out our new highly interactive solutions page, packed with actions, large and small.

LISTEN to this song from Alexi Murdoch with footage from Years of Living Dangerously

To magnify good and climate change prevention, “Years of Living Dangerously” Co-Creator and Executive Producer Joel Bach is receiving a Golden Goody Award (aka Oscar for social good) for a decade of powerful climate change storytelling.

Climate change is here, but so are we.

To prove it, than 1,000 organizations have joined forces to launch the People’s Climate March, the biggest mobilization in climate history. This weekend, from New York to New Zealand, hundreds of thousands of people will band together to send one clear message: it takes everyone to change everything.  

As millions flood the streets, many more will flood social networks to form the biggest virtual march ever to show solidarity. Around the world, people will post short videos showing their personal commitment to “walk the walk” on climate while calling on world leaders to do the same.

Be part of the most critical moment in climate history. #WalkTheWalk with us!

Joining the virtual march is quite simple. Film a 6-10 second video of yourself walking/marching/swimming/wheeling — try to be as creative as possible and be sure to mention why you’re serious about climate action!  Post your video on networks like Vine, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, using the hashtag #WalktheWalk and including a link to

After you’ve posted, you can explore the #walkthewalk hashtag to see how others are walking the walk. All week, you’ll see your friends, celebrities, members of Congress and even Fortune 500 companies #walkthewalk with you as they add their very own videos and messages!

Now, it’s your turn. Stand with the biggest climate moment in history by adding your own video using the hashtag #WalkTheWalk!

Together, no matter where we are, we will show world leaders that it’s time to do more than just talk about the climate crisis - it’s time to #WalkTheWalk.

Starting today at 12pm ET: @ClimateReality's 24 Hours of Reality. 24 Reasons for Hope. #ClimateHope Watch:

Starting today at 12pm ET: 's 24 Hours of Reality. 24 Reasons for Hope.  Watch: