HUCE Entangled Film Screening

The Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) presents a film screening of Entangled followed and discussion as part of the recently revived Green Conversations series on Wednesday, March 3 from 7-9 pm EST, bringing thought leaders from the worlds of science, government, business, media, and non-profit organizations into conversation with Harvard faculty.

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ENTANGLED

A film screening and panel discussion with:

DAVID ABEL

Documentary Filmmaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist, The Boston Globe

JEREMY JACKSON

Emeritus Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

KELLY KRYC

Director of Conservation Policy and Leadership, Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life at the New England Aquarium

and DANIEL SCHRAG

Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology; Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering; and Director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment 

ENTANGLED is an award-winning, feature-length film about how climate change has accelerated a collision between one of the world’s most endangered species, North America’s most valuable fishery, and a federal agency mandated to protect both. The film, by the makers of Lobster War and Sacred Cod, won a Jackson Wild award, known as the Oscars of nature films. It also won Best Feature Film at the Water Docs Film Festival, Best Conservation Film at the Mystic Film Festival, and the John de Graaf Environmental Filmmaking Award at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival.

HUCE asks that you not be late for this event. It will begin with a brief introduction from filmmaker David Abel, then a link to view the film will be sent to attendees in the chat box. After watching the film, we will reconvene on Zoom for a short panel discussion and Q&A session.

Questions? huce@environment.harvard.edu or 617.495.0368