UNCG Sustainability Film Series

UNCG is sponsoring a Sustainability Film Series this spring semester, and all films are open to the public.

  • The Next Industrial Revolution, Feb. 8, Weatherspoon Auditorium
  • Blue Vinyl, February 22nd, Jarrell Hall in Jackson Library
  • Hot Zones, March 22nd, Jarrell Hall in Jackson Library
  • Future of Foods, March 29th, Jarrell Hall in Jackson Library
  • Urban Explosion, April 19th, Weatherspoon Auditorium
  • Here’s the description of the next film from the Sustainability Committee:

    “The next film in our series will be shown this Thursday night, February 8th.  It’s entitled The Next Industrial Revolution , and is based on the book by William McDonough, Cradle to Cradle .  This film (and the book) shows that it is possible to exist in harmony on planet Earth.  They discuss measures already taken by companies such as Nike, Ford, and Herman Miller Furniture.  It’s full of hope for the future, and I hope all of you will be able to attend.

    “The movie will be shown at the Weatherspoon Auditorium this Thursday at6:30 pm.  Discussion afterward will be led by Dr. Anna Marshall-Baker from the Interior Architcture department. “

    Information on the Slow Food “Food with a View” series will be out
    shortly, along with other plans for 2007.  It looks like it will be an
    exciting year, so stay tuned!

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