Climate Change

NASA-JPL scientist Eric Rignot discusses loss of glacial ice during Storybus Tour. Photo by Howard Pasamanick

For more than 15 years HH&S has provided the entertainment industry with access to top health experts to increase the quality and quantity of health storylines in TV, film and new media—reaching millions of people worldwide. That effort extends into environmental health and the impact of climate change, funded with generous support (past and present) from The Aileen Getty Foundation, the Grantham FoundationClimateWorks Foundation and the Skoll Global Threats Fund. Our initiative provides a wide range of resources to film and television writers and producers on issues concerning global warming. Here are highlights of the services we offer:

climate change services

The tools to accurately depict climate change
Our free services help writers portray climate change and its growing threat to public health—from expert briefings in writers rooms to customized research trips to sites. [Learn more]

climate change events

Inspiring and informative events
We present topical films and documentaries that are provocative and compelling, on topics ranging from national security to vanishing cultures to endangered species. Screenings are followed by Q&As with filmmakers. [Learn more]

climate change resources

Information on a range of topics
Materials for writers include tip sheets on environmental health, special editions of our Real to Reel newsletter featuring climate stories, and reports and studies on global warming. [Learn more]