Saturday, October 17, 2015
1:00pm – 2:30pm
Our atmosphere is principally composed of nitrogen, oxygen, argon, and carbon dioxide. Since the start of the industrial era levels of carbon dioxide have been increasing, not all of which can be taken up in the respiration processes of algae and plants. These films look at trees and greenhouse gasses, melting glaciers and sun-bleached corals, and the droughts and flooding through which a changing climate affects us all. Whether by encouraging us to watch our resource use, or to evolve into fish people.
Kellen Auditorium, The New School
68 5th Ave #103
New York, NY 10011
All the Forests
The Secrets Held in the Ice
Is there enough soil to feed a planet of cities?
The catalysts of CHANGE: Adapting to changing weather in Ladakh