|Director||David Danesh Sean P. Donnelly Kate Kressmann-Kehoe|
|Writers||David Danesh (uncredited)
Sean P. Donnelly (uncredited)
Kate Kressmann-Kehoe (uncredited)
|Plot||What kind of problem is climate change? A scientific problem? An engineering problem? A psychological problem? How do we even begin to think about it? COMFORT ZONE shows us what climate change means in our own backyards, in a country that is a heavy producer of greenhouse gasses. It is the consciousness-changing story of three ordinary Americans confronting what climate change means for us -- scientifically, economically and personally -- as the problem challenges our very sense of who we are. Honest, revealing, and often funny, the film gets us thinking and debating.... see Comfort Zone on IMDb|
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