See what three degrees of global warming looks like

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Scientists have talked about it for quite some time. Global temperatures keep rising and rising, and we talk about the potential dangers.
But what would exactly happen if global temperatures rise to a point it is more dangerous than ever?
This documentary takes a look at what would happen if global temperatures rise three degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. As you will see, the results would be catastrophic. It’s an entirely plausible scenario, and this film shows you what it would look like.
The documentary also talks about how climate modeling works, global warning, the impact of prolonged droughts, rising sea levels, storm surges, and increased migration and conflict.

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