Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Postcard-from-Climate-Change--Born-on-the-Island---Documentary--Clean-Version--27MZIFJ69SVK1.htmlConceptually similarPostcard from Climate Change: Born on the Island - Documentary (Subtitled)GP1STOFQCompleted★★★★Texas National Guard Rescue Operations during Hurricane HarveyGP0STR0GPCompleted★★★★Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas - ClipreelGP0STR1JFCompleted★★★★U.S. Coast Guard Rescues People Stranded in Houston FloodwatersGP0STR0GKCompleted★★★★Flooding in North Carolina GP03X8GCompleted★★★★Torrent on the Blanco: Postcard from Climate ChangeGP0STPKN3Completed★★★★Hurricane Harvey Search and Rescue Mission in TexasGP0STR0MQCompleted★★★★U.S. Coast Guard Responds after Hurricane Harvey in TexasGP0STR0GECompleted★★★★Hurricane Irma Damage in St. Thomas - B-rollGP0STR1S5Completed★★★★View AllGP0STPQFOPostcard from Climate Change: Born on the Island - Documentary (Clean Version)When Hurricane Ike struck the Gulf Coast in 2008, it hit Galveston, Texas the hardest. Eight years later, residents are still rebuilding what they lost to the impacts of climate change.Locations:Galveston-North America-Texas-United States of AmericaDate:26 Jan, 2016Credit:© Fiege Films / GreenpeaceDuration:7m0sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :DOCUMENTARYRestrictions:Greenpeace can only use this video on official Greenpeace channels. This video was made by John Fiege of Fiege Films. It is part of the Postcards from Climate Change series. Greenpeace can not re-purpose parts of the video. if reused, it needs to stay in its entirety. All sales or uses outside of Greenpeace must go through John Fiege.Keywords:Children-Churches-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Floods-Hurricanes-Islands-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-People-Victims-WaterShoot:Postcards from Climate Change: Born on the IslandStory of residents on Galveston, Texas, dealing with climate change.