SNEWS® Live: Ice Lounge at Sundance Film Festival strives to educate film industry about environment

The Conservation Fund's Ice Lounge sought to bring together celebrities, filmmakers and the environmental community to openly discuss the environment and raise funds during the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. SNEWS® Live was there to bring you this story.

This edition of SNEWS® Live is brought to you by The North Face

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SNEWS® Live: Reducing carbon emissions and raising awareness for the effects of climate change took center stage during the 2007 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Presented by The North Face and Lexus, a public awareness campaign and fund-raiser was led by the environmental activist organization the Conservation Fund over four days. With an ice-sculpted façade and entrance that led to a tent, the Ice Lounge setting encouraged movie moguls to take a break from their film festivities and learn what they could do to reduce their impact on the environment and zero-out their emissions of carbon dioxide, one of the leading causes of global warming. SNEWS® Live was there to bring you this story.


SNEWS® Live: 3,000 overrun Ouray for ice festival

This edition of SNEWS® Live is brought to you by Marmot SNEWS® Live: Ouray, Colo., is home to some of the world’s best ice climbing, and every year thousands descend upon this tiny community of 825 for the Ouray Ice Festival. Over four days climbers from around the world scaled more

Ouray Ice Festival embraces newcomers

I attended the first ice climbing festival in 1993 -- when Ouray resembled a ghost town -- and have been to several others since. Unquestionably, the recently concluded event was the best to date with 28 happy sponsors and hundreds of climbers enjoying warm temps, blue skies and more

Ouray Ice Festival draws 3,000 attendees

For the uninitiated, ice climbing is a rather bizarre sport -- people standing around in below freezing conditions waiting to attack a giant ice cube with sharp picks. Yet roughly 3,000 people from around the country converged on the small town of Ouray (population 800) in more