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Julie Packard

Julie Packard

Posted: August 25, 2010 03:03 PM

Climate change and its impact on ocean life is serious business. But sometimes you have to lighten up to get people to take the issue seriously.

Monterey Bay Aquarium, with the help of the inestimable John Cleese and the talented folks at Free Range Studios (creators of Grocery Store Wars, The Story of Stuff and other videos), is taking a lighter look with a new online video, Change for the Oceans.

We ask a simple question: Is it easier for ocean animals to evolve in order to cope with the dramatic changes they're facing -- or for us humans to change our behavior?

Check it out, and let us know what changes you're going to make to help ocean animals survive.

 

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