Artists harness the power of fire and ice to shape attitudes on climate change

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Published on 16 May 2019, 0:16
There's no shortage of powerful images and video when it comes to natural disasters like wildfires and melting glaciers. But a pair of artists are now using those images in new ways, as part of their mission to warn people about climate change and its devastating impact on familiar landscapes. Miles O'Brien takes a different look at fire and ice and the balance between horror and beauty.

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