Filmmakers Raphael Rogers and Paul Rennick trekked to Alaska’s Exit Glacier to experience adventure. But after meeting Rick Brown, who’s been a tour guide since the early ’90s, their reasons for being there changed.
“Normally, the park will tell you [the glaciers] retreats about 150-feet per year,” Rick told them. “Right now, they’re looking at 10 to 15-feet per day. We’re just watching the transformation happen in front of our eyes.”
He explained that the wildlife has changed, villages have relocated and the region’s 10-year floods are now happening every other year.
“If you can’t see what’s happening,” he added. “Then, I think that you must be blind”…