Years of Living Dangerously Wins an Emmy!

We are thrilled to share that Showtime's climate change documentary series, Years of Living Dangerously won top Creative Arts Emmy award, “Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series.”  

James Cameron addresses launch attendees and Jim Kim, Thomas Friedman, Rachel Kyte and M Sanjayan via video message at the World Bank screening. Photo: Leigh Vogel, posted on the Connect4Climate blog.

James Cameron addresses launch attendees and Jim Kim, Thomas Friedman, Rachel Kyte and M Sanjayan via video message at the World Bank screening. Photo: Leigh Vogel, posted on the Connect4Climate blog.

As posted on the Connect4Climate blog, “Years of Living Dangerously” is the first documentary series devoted to climate change ever to appear on a major network or premium cable. Its nine episodes were produced by James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Jerry Weintraub.

Our partner, Connect4Climate arranged for the series to launch in Washington at the World Bank Headquaters, where World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said “I hope the stories here will be a wake-up call”in remarks opening the event. 

See the screening event in Washington D.C. below:

Full page ad for the series as a Emmy Consideration in the most recent issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

Full page ad for the series as a Emmy Consideration in the most recent issue of The Hollywood Reporter.