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Tomorrow, a world without ice? Life in suspension

Saturday 13th October 2007 from 10h00 to 11h45
Salle 2 / Grand Amphithéâtre

Directed by
Frédéric Lossignol, Thierry Piantanida
Written by
Christine Causse, Jean-Louis Etienne
Produced by
Gédéon programmes

Documentary, France, 2007, 52 min

Since the end of the last glaciation 20,000 years ago, a unique wildlife has adapted, and with what ingenuity, the polar regions. This adaptation is so complete that global warming threatens all species emblematic of the cold polar bears, caribou, emperor penguin ice or fish, but all fauna and flora, terrestrial and marine still unknown. With the decline of sea ice, a mass extinction is preparing for the North and South...


Debate with :

  • Thierry Piantanida, director
  • Michel Gibert, chemist engineer, Véolia Environnement

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DVD available on www.laboutique.gedeonprogrammes.com