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The Interfaith Eco-Network of Georgetown is co-sponsoring with Southwestern University the showing of a new environmental documentary film- “Between Earth and Sky” Friday, March 31st,
The Interfaith Eco-Network of Georgetown is co-sponsoring with Southwestern University the showing of a new environmental documentary film- “Between Earth and Sky”
Friday, March 31st, 7:00 pm, in the Olin Bldg. Room 105 on the Southwestern University campus.
This film has been chosen for screening at the 2017 Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C. on March 14th-26th.
Based on research conducted in Alaska, the film documents the effects of climate change on the arctic soils and ecosystems of Alaska and how it is altering both the wildlife and the residents of the state. The film is produced by David C. Weindorf, the associate dean for research and the BL Allen Endowed Chair of Pedology in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University.
In addition to viewing this documentary on climate change research, we are pleased to announce that Dr. Weindorf will also be with us to talk about his research and to address questions from the audience. There will be a reception and opportunity to visit with Dr. Weindorf after the film.
This is a free event and open to the public.
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1001 E University Ave, Georgetown, TX 78626
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