Center for Environmental Filmmaking Associate Director Sandy Cannon-Brown provides a sneak-peak at her new film that explores the culture, economy and environment of the Chesapeake Bay through the story of the oyster. Sandy will be accompanied by Sarah Gulick (MFA '13/CEF Scholar) and Jackie Yeary (BA '13/Honors) who made films with similar themes.
Israel and Water: Scarcity, Innovation and Cooperation
Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
American University presents a one-day symposium on "Israel and Water: Scarcity, Innovation and Cooperation." The symposium will cover issues of the science of water, technology innovations to address water stress, and the politics of water. The symposium is hosted by the Center for Israel Studies and co-sponsored by the Department of Environmental Science (CAS), Global Environmental Politics ...more
"Years of Living Dangerously" Screening and Panel Discussion
Episode 1 of "Years of Living Dangerously" screening, followed by a panel discussion featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Tom Friedman, series science advisor Joe Romm, and Glenn Prickett, Chief External Affairs Officer of The Nature Conservancy.
EFF 2015: Farming for the Future - Enduring Traditions, Innovative Practices
Co-presented by the 2015 DC Environmental Film Festival: This program of short films and panel discussion will illustrate how farmers and communities are expanding their farming traditions and practices and preserving farmland to meet the demands for sustainable, locally grown food while ensuring that farming remains a profitable career. FARMING FOR THE FUTURE (USA, 2013, 7 min.) Cliff Miller of ...more