October 6 - November 10
Seed: The Untold Story
Friday, October 6, 2 pm - Room 2128
"Few things on Earth are as miraculous and
vital as seeds...In a very real sense, they are
life itself...Yet these precious gifts of nature
are in grave danger."
Friday, October 20, 2 pm - Room 2128
"If you think waste is someone else's
Do the Math
Friday, November 3, 2 pm - Room 2128
"It's simple math: Burning the
fossil fuel that corporations now have in their
reserves would result in emitting 2,795 gigatons
of carbon dioxide--five times the safe amount."
Blue Gold Water Wars
Friday, November 10, 2 pm - Room 2128
"The mainstream media rarely questions
our culture's approach to water use, so it takes
passionate figures like Bozzo to explore
them...builds the message to a feverish pitch
and delivers a haunting presentation."
Wednesday, November 29, 2 pm - Room 2128
Surviving Progress presents the story of human
advancement as awe-inspiring and double-edged.
It reveals the grave risk of running the 21st
century’s software — our know-how — on the
ancient hardware of our primate brain which
hasn’t been upgraded in 50,000 years. With rich
imagery and immersive soundtrack, filmmakers
Mathieu Roy and Harold Crooks launch us on
journey to contemplate our evolution from
cave-dwellers to space explorers.
Professor Sarah Jacob for more information about
the Environmental Film Series
Earth Ethics Institute's
Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies
is alive and well. Check out the GSELS certified faculty and the
courses that are GSELS designated.
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