PROJECT: ICE director and executive producer, Bill Kleinert, sits down with Physical Scientist George Leshkevich at NOAA’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to discuss ice cover on the Great Lakes.
Bill Kleinert discusses PROJECT: ICE which was recently featured at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington, DC.
Bill Kleinert joined Dave TerSteeg Nov. 21 to talk about why he made PROJECT: ICE and why Great Lakes ice is so important.
PROJECT: ICE director and executive producer Bill Kleinert chats about Great Lakes ice and climate change with Michigan Radio “Stateside” host Cynthia Canty. Those living in Michigan grow up with an ingrained awareness of the Great Lakes, drinking their water, sailing and swimming in them, building homes and cottages on their shorelines, and living with the weather they help produce.
The Great Lakes are an economic power-player, contributing one trillion dollars to America’s gross national product. Not to be overlooked is a $4 billion Great Lakes fishing industry.
Canty and Kleinert drill deeper into the issues raised by the new documentary film PROJECT: ICE, exploring the crucial role that ice has played and continues to play in shaping and maintaining Michigan’s most important resource.
Bill Kleinert discusses the importance of ice to the Great Lakes region with Current State host Mark Bashore.