Launch of ‘Ice and Sky’ Climate Educational Program

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On June 11, Marion Cotillard attended the launch of the ‘Ice and Sky’ Climate Educational Program. The program, created by Luc Jaquet, offers videos shot in various regions of the world, animated films, storyboard diagrams and interviews with leading researchers that will be used as teaching material.

Luc Jaquet, who directed the world wild acclaimed documentary March of the Penguins, directed the Cannes closing night film Ice and the Sky, which the program is based on.

Marion, who lent her voice to dubbing the program, was with Luc Jaquet at the French Insitute in New York City on June 11 to discuss what the program entails during a press conference.

The documentary “Ice and the Sky” centers on climate specialist Claude Lorius, who began researching in Antarctica in 1957 by measuring carbon dioxide bubbles in ice (some of it 800,000 years old) to prove mankind’s role in climate change. Lorius was among the first scientists to make the case for global warming.

I have added dozens of high quality photos of the event to the gallery.

You can listen to Marion’s work on the official site: http://education.iceandsky.com/

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