GINTA – ‘Beyond Climate’ supplies reason for hope

THERE IS AT LEAST ONE REASON why more than 700 people packed the Grand Hall of the Campus Activity Centre at TRU last Friday for the screening of Dr. Ian Mauro’s newest documentary, Beyond Climate: to renew their hope supplies.

The documentary delivered both reasons to be alarmed and hope that there is time to act. Beyond Climate was thought as a bird’s eye view of how climate change affects our province.

One could ask, in all fairness, if we need any more proof that climate change is affecting our world, and if we need to see yet another documentary about it. The short answer is yes.

The time to debate whether climate change is real has passed, and so has the time to quarrel over whether it is man-made or not.


Daniela Ginta is a mother, scientist, writer and blogger. She can be reached at, or through her blog at

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1 Comment on GINTA – ‘Beyond Climate’ supplies reason for hope

  1. If we get Scheer we will be definitely going backwards.

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