A book by Michael Tobias and Jane Morrison stressesneed for universal coherence. "We either recognize the miracle of other sentient intelligence, sophistication, and genius, or risk enshrining the shortest lived epitaph of any known vertebrate in earth’s 4.1 billion years of life."
For some three decades a most telling climate change experiment was conducted at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory in Colorado, at an altitude of 9,500 ft. The long-term results, though restricted to a small section of alpine meadow, are emblematic of other, significant impacts being felt across every cubic meter of the planet. This short, stunning 17-minute documentary, by the Dancing Star Foundation, chronicles what happened. Executive Producer, Jane Gray Morrison, Producer Travis Johnson, Directed by Michael Tobias.
Featuring John Harte, Paul Ehrlich and Michael Tobias
See new books by Dancing Star Foundation authors and co-authors: Bionomics In The Dragon Kingdom: Ecology, Economics and Ethics in Bhutan in November 2018, and The Theoretical Individual in February 2018, as well as The Tuscany Dialogues coming out in the Fall of 2019.