Fogler Library hosts Human Dimensions of Climate Change film series March 21–April 4
Fogler Library will host the Human Dimensions of Climate Change film series, with three film screening events March 21–April 4.
In-person screenings, all from 6–8 p.m. in Fogler Library Classroom 1, will include post-film discussions with featured guests:
- March 21 — “Eternal Amazon” (2012); post-film discussion with director Belisário Franca
- March 28 — “Reciprocity Project” (2022); post-film discussion with Tony Sutton, assistant professor of Native American studies and food systems, and Darren Ranco, chair of Native American Programs
- April 4 — “Catching the Sun” (2015); post-film discussion with Sharon Klein, associate professor of economics
For more information about the films and screenings, visit the Fogler Library Events webpage. To request a reasonable accommodation, email Jen Bonnet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsors include the UMaine Climate Change Institute, Department of Anthropology, Fogler Library, Native American Programs and School of Economics.