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Taylour Chang, director of the Doris Duke Theater,  and Nathan Eagle, Civil Beat environmental reporter, talk about two acclaimed documentaries on climate change: “Chasing Ice,” which offers visual evidence of the earth’s melting ice, and “Chasing Coral,” where filmmakers follow a group of coral experts documenting our changing oceans.

Chasing Ice shows on Saturday, August 26, and Chasing Coral shows on Sunday, Aug. 27, at the Doris Duke Theater at the Honolulu Art Museum. To reserve tickets, go to the Honolulu Art Museum website.


Documentary director Jeff Orlowski filming on the Great Barrier Reef. Photo by Richard Vevers for Chasing Coral Photo by Richard Vevers/Chasing Coral



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