When it comes to climate chance, why do we do so little when we know so much? This is the question posed by the documentary Disruption, released on Sunday. This energized documentary discusses global climate change in respect to environmental social and economic justice, spotlighting the harm of inaction. Watch the trailer.
Disruption was released just weeks before the Climate Summit, a public platform of 125 world leaders including President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron along with business, finance, and civil society leaders. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon will host this day-long gathering in NYC to catalyze ambitious action towards energy reduction and climate resilience. The passion of Disruption will be embodied by the masses marching the New York City streets for the largest climate rally in history, the People’s Climate March on Sunday September 21st. Read the AP article.
An outdoor film screening of Disruption will take place this Friday 9/12 at 8:30pm on the Quad of Brown College. Grab a blanket and head over to Brown this Friday for the showing! (the Brown Quad is located off Newcomb Road, see map here. Rain location is Smith.)