Abel is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who covers climate change for The Boston Globe. He is also a professor of the practice at Boston University. Abel’s work has won an Edward R. Murrow Award, the Ernie Pyle Award from the Scripps Howard Foundation, and the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Feature Reporting. His most recent film, “Entangled,” which was broadcast by PBS’s World Channel, was nominated for a 2022 Emmy, won a Jackson Wild award, known as the Oscars of nature films, and Best Feature Film at the International Wildlife Film Festival, among other awards. Abel's other new film, "In the Whale," won the Audience Choice Award at the New Hampshire Film Festival and Best New England Film at the Mystic Film Festival. Abel previously co-directed and produced “Sacred Cod,” which was broadcast by the Discovery Channel. He also directed and produced two films about the Boston Marathon bombings, which were broadcast on BBC World News and Discovery Life. His other films include “Lobster War,” which won “Best New England Film'' at the Mystic Film Festival, and “Gladesmen: The Last of the Sawgrass Cowboys,” which won the Miami Film Festival’s Knight Made in Miami Award. Abel, who began learning to make films as a Nieman fellow at Harvard University, is INUNDATION DISTRICT’s producer, director, writer, and cinematographer.

Blanco is an editor, animator, cinematographer, licensed drone pilot, producer, and director. He has spent years creating content for TV, social media, and news publications to educate the public on climate change, traveling as far as Antarctica to tell stories. He has produced work for organizations including The Weather Channel, PBS, CNN, NOVA, The Style Network, Kraft, Google, COP 21, Huffington Post, Washington Post, and Mashable. His work has been aired on broadcast networks in China, India and the Philippines. Blanco is INUNDATION DISTRICT's producer, editor, animator, and sound designer.