University of Tampa, University of Florida collaborate on four-part film presentation

All four parts of the film series will be shown at the Vaughn Center.
All four parts of the film series will be shown at the Vaughn Center. | File photo
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 Amazon.

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 superstorms.”

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