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Climate Change Stories: Scotland

Earlier this month I was comissioned by SNIFFER to make a short film for the SCCIP Apaptation Scotland landmark conference that took place in Edinburgh on 23rd June 2011. Read more about the conference here.

I spent two days filming around Scotland interviewing representatives from Transport Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, North Lanarkshire Council, Central Scotland Fire and Rescue Services and the Carse of Gowrie Community. I found out how landslides affect the whisky industry, how flooding is endangering historic orchards and how the Fire and Rescue Service have increased their provision of high volume pumps to cope with our changing climate.

I spent another two days editing and producing the film titled ‘Climate Change Stories’. It’s a snapshot of how Scotland is adapting to climate change and planning for the future with help from SCCIP. It finishes with the question ‘What’s your story?’. The conference was a great opportunity for stories to be shared as Scotland plans for the future.

Climate Change Stories from Chris Berry on Vimeo.

I enjoyed working with SCCIP and hope to work with them again in the future.

 
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