After the Warming

Australia, 1991

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It is the year 2050. Mankind and the earth have survived global warming. In an innovative new television project, social journalist James Burke looks back from the future of several scenarios of global warming and their possible effects on continents, countries and mankind. He explores the preventative roads not taken and the potential results.

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director

Mike Slee

producer

Richard Sattin

production company

Film Australia

Duration

02:00:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1991

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