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Four extraordinary short movies on climate change, followed by a panel with an artist and a scientist.
The SDIFF celebrates Earth Day 2020 with a special online event: Four extraordinary short movies on climate change, followed by a panel with an artist and a scientist. Human-induced climate change threatens the survival of every species on Earth. If emissions continue at their current rate, scientists anticipate widespread coastal land loss, agricultural and economic collapse, food and water shortages, frequent and severe natural disasters, and unprecedented refugee crises. What can we do today in response to this global emergency?
Earth Day Program
Plastic River, by Manuel Camia (15’)
The Boy Who Stopped Breathing, by Daniele Lince (12’)
Mud Angels Recovered: FSU’s First Year in Florence, by Breanna Bruner (17’)
The Climate Limbo, by Francesco Ferri, Paolo Caselli (40’)
After the screenings:
Panel with SDIFF Executive Director Diana Agostini, SDIFF Artistic Director Antonio Iannotta, Art Curator Tatiana Sizonenko, Professor of Urban Studies and Planning Program at UC San Diego Oscar Romo, and Alexander Gershunov, PhD, Research Meteorologist and Senior Lecturer in Climate Sciences; Climate, Atmospheric Science and Physical Oceanography at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego.