The Courage to Act Before it’s Too Late

On Tuesday, President Obama delivered remarks at Georgetown University, laying out his bold vision for a comprehensive plan to reduce carbon pollution, prepare our country for the impacts of climate change, and lead the international effort to address global climate change. The impacts of climate change, including severe weather, threats to public health, and ourContinue reading “The Courage to Act Before it’s Too Late”

The Gulf Coast Dead Zone

You’ve heard how hurricanes, oil spills, and industrial development are affecting the Gulf of Mexico, but have you heard about the “hypoxic” or low oxygen dead zones? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting that a massive dead zone the size of New Jersey (8,561 square miles) will plague the northern Gulf of Mexico thisContinue reading “The Gulf Coast Dead Zone”

Research & Production Internship

Storm Surge Films is seeking an enthusiastic individual for a documentary Research & Production Internship for the summer 2013. The internship program at Storm Surge Films is a unique opportunity for young and emerging filmmakers to learn about producing innovative documentary films alongside other passionate storytellers. Interns will find numerous opportunities to build relationships andContinue reading “Research & Production Internship”

Occupy Sandy: 7.5 Months Later

Just days after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the East Cost, killing 72 and causing over $50 billion in damage, the Storm Surge production team met up with members of Occupy Sandy to see firsthand how volunteers mobilized to help with the recovery and rebuilding efforts. Tomorrow, June 14th, the group will host a debriefing meetingContinue reading “Occupy Sandy: 7.5 Months Later”