Climate Change Debate: North Carolina (02:33)
Ian Somerhalder meets an Asheville woman trying to convince her Evangelical Christian community to act as environmental stewards.
Climate Change Reality: Greenland (01:36)
Lesley Stahl travels to the Arctic to investigate the affects of global warming.
Series Intro & Credits: Years of Living Dangerously (01:48)
Excerpts from the upcoming video orient the viewer to the topic of climate change.
Evangelical Climate Change Movement (01:18)
Anna Jane Joyner believes churches have a moral responsibility to slow global warming.
Beyond Coal Initiative (01:30)
Anna Jane mobilizes the Asheville Evangelical community to shut down a coal plant. The national campaign director explains that cheaper, cleaner energy sources are available.
Challenging Climate Change Skepticism (02:06)
Beyond Coal meets resistance in the South. Anna Jane appeals to local pastors for support.
MorningStar Ministries (01:52)
Anna Jane's father Rick Joyner owns an Evangelical empire and is a right wing conservative. She hopes to convince him that climate change is a threat.
Arctic Ice Melt (04:02)
80% of Greenland is covered in ice that is melting five times faster than 20 years ago. Stahl lands on a glacier to witness ice bergs forming.
Global Warming Denial (02:06)
Anna Jane's father presides over her wedding. Studying climate change in college created tension with her Evangelical upbringing.
Family Divided (03:02)
Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis tries to convince fellow Christians of climate change. Pastor Joyner remains skeptical.
Climate Change Evidence (01:17)
Anna Jane flies with her father over the Gulf Coast to try to convince him that global warming is a real threat.
Albedo Effect (01:46)
An Arctic scientist explains to Stahl how lakes forming on glaciers increase global warming and melting rates.
Vicious Warming Cycle (03:29)
The IPCC endorses an upper limit on emissions to avoid catastrophe. Burning more than 30% of known reserves creates an unacceptable risk, but new deposits are becoming accessible as Arctic ice melts.
Apalachicola Bay Economic Disaster (06:17)
Florida's oyster revenues are down. A Christian climate scientist explains to Pastor Joyner how drought and rising sea levels are killing marine life and threatening coastal livelihoods.
Arctic Oil Rush (02:33)
As glaciers melt, drilling increases. Alaska Governor Sean Parnell argues that energy independence and economic growth outweigh environmental concerns.
Boosting the Arctic Economy (02:24)
Greenland citizens view melting ice as an opportunity for self determination. Oil companies have spent more than the national GDP on offshore exploration licenses.
Scientific Uncertainty (02:22)
Anna Jane tries to convince Pastor Joyner to take a precautionary approach to climate change.
Protesting Arctic Drilling (02:09)
Greenpeace campaigns to make the Arctic a no-drilling zone. John Kerry appeals to the Arctic Council to address climate change issues.
Arctic Drilling Politics (02:44)
Rather than halt oil company permits, John Kerry urges Americans to organize at a grassroots level to demand a clean energy policy from Congress.
Scientific Truth (05:45)
Pastor Joyner finds compelling arguments against climate change. Former skeptic Dr. Richard Muller responds to his doubts.
Arctic Drilling Update (01:23)
Since Stahl's visit, Greenland continues issuing oil licenses and Russia has started drilling. A scientist discusses glacial retreat.
Healing the Land (02:05)
Despite his doubts, Pastor Joyner lets Anna Jane speak to his congregation about climate change and environmental stewardship.
Credits: Ice and Brimstone: Years of Living Dangerously (01:05)
Credits: Ice and Brimstone: Years of Living Dangerously
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