New iPhone App "Painting With Time: Climate Change"
09 May 2012 | News story
CEC member Gary Braasch shares a link to an innovative and engaging new way to learn about global warming.
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After a successful launch in the iPad platform last month, this global warming educational program can now be downloaded to the iPhone, making it accessible to millions more. Students, teachers, climate educators, concerned citizens and those who want to know more about the effects of warming gases in the atmosphere will learn with their own finger touches across the screen how we are transforming the Earth.
LIke the iPad App, the iPhone version has 17 time sequences of climate change, an illustrated summary of climate change verified by leading scientists, and instructions about how time-series repeat photos are made.
Developers Red Hill Studios and World View of Global Warming are donating half of the net proceeds from this App to the Union of Concerned Scientists to help support their work to limit climate change.
Gary Braasch continues his work as active photographic documentarian, with a long-term visual presence on climate change science and effects -- just one part of the brilliant vision of science education in the new Nature Research Center at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
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