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Airsick: an industrial devolution

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Lucas Oleniuk, photographer at the Star, has made a video to illustrate climate change from still-images "taken in our own back yard."

Twenty days in Ontario resulted in twenty thousand still images that make up this beautiful piece called "Airsick: an industrial devolution".

"Airsick: An Industrial Devolution" is more than just another video. It is a statement, a warning, a wake-up call. And it dovetails perfectly with the Star's commitment to Earth Hour, a global action slated for March 29 - when people in cities around the world will turn out their lights for an hour to take a stand against climate change. (The Earth Hour organization calls our changing weather patterns "the greatest threat our planet has ever faced.")

Watch "Airsick: an industrial devolution", and read more about it over at the Star.

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