Premieres December 12 at 9pm ET/PT on National Geographic
Sidney Beaumont and Michael Bonfiglio
From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Paris to Pittsburgh celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change.
And as the weather grows more deadly and destructive, they aren’t waiting on Washington to act.
“There are now more jobs in renewable energy in the state of Pennsylvania than coal, natural gas, and oil combined.”
“We're all a resident of somewhere. So residents of cities have a huge role to play – that's where we can pull the levers on things like transportation decisions, land use decisions. People understanding where they live, where they work, how they get around – this is their everyday life that actually can make a real difference.”
“You know what’s bad for jobs and the economy? Sea level rise, and coastal flooding, and saltwater intrusion into the Everglades where our drinking supply rests in South Florida. That will really devastate our region and actually, won’t allow us to live there anymore.”
“I started speaking out because I felt like the youth voice needed to be in the discussion about these issues that are directly going to impact us.”
“The American government may have pulled out of the Paris Agreement, but the American people are committed to its goals and there is nothing Washington can do to stop us.”
Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award-winning actress and activist Rachel Brosnahan, star of the hit series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, narrates Paris to Pittsburgh.
“Paris to Pittsburgh shines a light on the many forgotten communities and people who have been affected by climate change in our country, as well as solutions for how we can fight back and reduce our carbon footprint. I’m proud to be part of this poignant and powerful documentary, and admire the pro-active approach Bloomberg Philanthropies has taken with this project and this issue; we need meaningful change.”
– Rachel Brosnahan
Where to watch
Starting on December 13, the film will be available for free on digital platforms on National Geographic’s website (http://NatGeoTV.com), mobile app (Nat Geo TV App), Video On Demand and connected devices (such as Roku, AppleTV). Also starting December 13, the film will be available for one week on National Geographic’s YouTube channel.
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Emmy Award-Winning Actress Rachel Brosnahan Will Narrate Bloomberg Philanthropies’ New Climate Change Documentary Paris to Pittsburgh
Bloomberg Philanthropies Documentary Paris to Pittsburgh Premiering December 12 at 9PM ET/PT on National Geographic Draws Support from Mayors, Activists and Celebrities
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