Wednesday, April 22, 2020

9th Environmental Documentary Series Scheduled


All films will start Wednesdays 7:00 PM on the Adrian Campus in the Science Building, Room SCI 131 and are free and open for everybody. This faculty-led program and any related discussion is for educational benefit only. A campus map can be found at:
sienaheights.edu/About/Campus-Map-Parking

The tentative schedule can be found at:
http://sustainability.sienaheights.edu/environmental-documentaries.html


Come and bring a friend – the more the merrier – feel free to forward widely.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Environmental Documentary Series: Tonight: Waters of the U.S., From Standing Rock to the Swamp, and The Forever Chemicals

9th Environmental Documentary Series Winter Semester 2020.
Tonight: Waters of the U.S.,
From Standing Rock to the Swamp, and The Forever Chemicals
Info on URLs below
All films start Wednesdays 7:00 PM in the Science Building, Room SCI 131 and are free and open for everybody. This faculty-led program and any related discussion is for educational benefit only.

Week
Date
Film
Runtime
Topic
2
15-Jan
21+24+27
Water pollution, environmental law, activism
http://sustainability.sienaheights.edu/environmental-docume…

AG - Michigan Files Lawsuit Against 3M, DuPont and others for PFAS Contamination

AG - Michigan Files Lawsuit Against 3M, DuPont and others for PFAS Contamination

Monday, January 13, 2020

Joaquin Phoenix Urges Celebrities to Forgo Private Jets in Golden Globe Speech

Well done Joaquin!

Actor Joaquin Phoenix called on the audience at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday to make personal changes to their own lives to send a message that they’re serious about climate change.
“Hopefully we can be united and make some changes,” he said during his acceptance speech for Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama. “It’s great to vote but sometimes we have to take that responsibility on ourselves and make sacrifices changes in our own lives and I hope we can do that.

Read more at: Joaquin Phoenix Urges Celebrities to Forgo Private Jets in Golden Globe Speech