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||Originally produced by TMW Media in 2005.
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Real Life Teens is an unbiased and realistic look from the perspective of teens, at the wide variety of issues teens face today featuring young teenagers telling their real stories, in their own words. The series discusses significant issues in adolescent society and cuts through many barriers with its honest and relevant advice and information. Hear from Real Teens as they discuss different aspects of Global Warming, how it's effects are being felt and their take on why society today needs to change its course. In this episode of Real Life Teens, we’ll explore why it’s important for teens to become involved and what teens think they can do to help manage a potential global warming catastrophe. We’ll also get some eye opening insights into what teens feel about global warming, how they feel they’ll be affected, whether they care or not and who they blame. We’ll discover that teens think that not many people, especially teens, know exactly what Global Warming is and why it will be life changing, from consumer lifestyle to career choices and their future existence and survival as adults. Introduced and hosted by University of California Santa Cruz, Earth Scientist, Professor Travis O’Brien, teens discuss possible causes and solutions to Global Warming and why their participation in dealing with the effects of this global climate shift change is critical and necessary. Unlike some other world problems -- such as war, disease or poverty – global warming is a problem teens can start solving today.