Climate Refugees

In 2010, Michael Nash's documentary "Climate Refugees" made a significant impact at the Sundance Film Festival before gaining global recognition at events such as DAVOS, The United Nations, and among Heads of State. This award-winning film brought the human dimension of climate change to the forefront, reshaping our perspective on the issue.

Recently in 2024,"Climate Refugees" has achieved another milestone. It has been exclusively selected as the sole documentary film to be included in an arts and humanity lunar time capsule set for launch to the moon in the first quarter of 2024. This historic moment marks the first documentary film to touch down on the lunar surface.