Environmental Film Screening
The Legacy of Love Canal: Environmental Justice and Social Change
March 12, Lecture: 12:00 pm, Eaton 206; screening of the film Fierce Green Fire, 7:00 pm, Barnum 008, Medford Campus
Featuring Lois Gibbs, the Executive Director for the Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ) and Stephen Lester, the CHEJ Science Director as they talk about environmental activism and the media. Sponsored by the Center for Media Studies (CMS) and ENVS. That same evening, they will join us to screen the film A Fierce Green Fire. Visit
http://www.afiercegreenfire.com for more information on the film.
April 4, 7 pm, Tisch 304, Medford Campus
Join the producer of Prehensile Productions, as we screen the trailer and other clips from the in-production film, Defending Eden. She will talk about the linked issues of filmmaking, environmental impact and preservation of indigenous cultures. They welcome student feedback on the directions the film should take during it's development. Sponsored by CMS, ENVS, and the Department of Anthropology. Visit
http://www.prehensileproductions.com/defendingeden/storySynopsis.html for more information on the film.
Vanishing of the Bees
April 12, 7 pm, Tisch 316, Medford Campus
Sponsored by CMS and the ENVS. Visit http://www.vanishingbees.com for more information on the film.
Yert: Your Environmental Road Trip
April 19, 7 pm, Olin 11, Medford Campus
Sponsored by CMS, the ENVS, and the Office of Sustainability (OOS). Visit
http://www.yert.com for more information on the film.