As part of the Human Dimensions of Climate Change Film Series, a showing of films from the Island Institute will be held at Fogler Library on Tuesday, March 27, from 6pm-8pm. The short videos highlight threatened fishing communities in Maine, Alaska, and Florida – and what those communities are doing to adapt to these inevitable changes.
Film showing includes a discussion led by Karen Burns, Chief Talent Officer at Maine’s Island Institute.
The Human Dimensions of Climate Change Film Series is sponsored by the Anthropology Department, the Climate Change Institute, the College of Education and Human Development, Fogler Library, and the Island Institute. Upcoming films in the 2018 series include:
Years of Living Dangerously “The Surge”
April 3, 2018