“DISRUPTION tells the story of the greatest crisis humankind has ever faced and the movement to fight it.”
Vermont Commons School begins its annual 3-Part Documentary Series with the screening of this important film on October 29th, 6:00PM. By weaving commentary from recognized voices analyzing climate, politics and society today, the film brings the issue of global warming to the streets in a call to action.
The panel discussion will include such local climate change experts as DR. MAEVE MCBRIDE, Coordinator of 350vt.org; DR. ALAN BETTS of Atmospheric Research in Pittsford and Vermont’s leading Climate Scientist; ANDREA LLOYD, plant ecologist and Professor of Biology at Middlebury College and STACI LASKER, Vice-President of Operations and Administration at New Leaf Paper.
This event is free and open to the public.Please note that the views expressed in presentations made at Vermont Commons School (VCS) are those of the speaker and not, necessarily, of VCS. Presentations at VCS events, or the presence of film events, do not constitute an endorsement of the vendor or speaker’s views, products or services. Presentations are meant to encourage students to think critically, communicate their ideas clearly, and connect with our larger community members.
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