The University of Tampa will collaborate with the University of Florida IFAS Extension Pinellas County this fall to present a four-part environmental film series called "Sustainability Connections."
All four of the showings will be open and free to the
public, with light refreshments and a panel of experts
that will conduct a discussion at the conclusion of the film.
The dates and the description of each film is as follows:
Sept. 12: "A Fierce Green Fire" tells the story of the
environmental movement, from toxic waste at Love Canal to rubbertappers in the
Oct. 3: "Shattered Sky" tells the story of how America led
the world in solving the biggest environmental crisis ever seen — the hole in
the ozone layer.
Oct. 24: "Just Eat It" investigates why we as a society
devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs, yet throw
away nearly 50 percent of our food.
Nov. 14: "Weather Gone Wild" explores recent extreme weather
events and scientific projections of what we can expect over the next few
decades, and shares what we as a society need to do to survive a world of
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