October 19, 2017
WHEN: 6:45 p.m. Friday (Oct. 20)
WHERE: Alamo Drafthouse, 120 West Loop 289
EVENT: The documentary was produced from a collaborative effort by producer David C. Weindroff, the associate dean for research and the BL Allen Endowed Chair of Pedology in the Department of Plant & Soil Science, and director Paul Allen Hunton, general manager of Texas Tech Public Media.
The film documents the effects of climate change on the arctic soils and ecosystems of Alaska and how it is altering both the wildlife and the residents of the state.
Following the showing of the film, which was selected for the Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C., this year, Hunton; Weindorf; Alex Pearl, an associate professor in the Texas Tech University School of Law; and Texas Tech Climate Science Center director Katharine Hayhoe will answer questions from the audience.
Tickets for the showing can be purchased here.
CONTACT: Alex Pearl, associate professor, School of Law, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-6865 or email@example.com
The Climate Science Center (CSC) at Texas Tech University conducts interdisciplinary research to address the interactive effects of climate variability across the full array of landscapes within the South Central U.S. We provide the science, tools, and information to link current conditions with regional climate projections, and examine the real-world decision making and planning that can be used to best anticipate, monitor, and adapt to this projected climate change.Twitter