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The Green Life: These Eco-Videos Make Us Laugh, Then Cry

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November 22, 2013

These Eco-Videos Make Us Laugh, Then Cry

Laugh... Or Don'tSometimes all of our environmental problems make it feel like the world is the star of an eco-horror film.

People at 350.org must think so too, because they made two short but awesome videos dramatizing environmental issues like the Keystone XL pipeline and climate change disasters.

Both should be shared with wild abandon.

The first, Keystone Horror, really goes all-out eco-horror, complete with a creepy kid. It even features appearances from actors Ed Begley Jr., Amy Smart, Justin Chatwin, and Wendie Malick. Watch it below:

Keystone Horror from True Climate Stories on Vimeo.

The second, The War Room, counts down the long list of environmental disasters in our recent past and even features a That '70s Show favorite:

The War Room from True Climate Stories on Vimeo.

James RogersJames Rogers is an editorial intern at Sierra. He graduated from Western Washington University's Huxley College of the Environment, where he studied a combination of environmental studies and journalism. While at Western, he was the editor in chief of The Planet magazine, and he has written for Conservation Northwest QuarterlyPublic Eye Northwestand The Western Front.

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