PEFF : Panel Discussion- Hurricane Sandy, Climate Change and the Future of Our Coastline

PEFF : Panel Discussion- Hurricane Sandy, Climate Change and the Future of Our Coastline
Date/time: 
Jan 27 2013 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: 
Community Room

The panel featuers filmmaker Ben Kalina, film editor Marc D’Agostino, and journalist Michael Lemonick. They will discuss how climate change will factor into development of coastal communities. Kalina’s film and video projects focus on the intersection of science, culture and the environment. He has worked on the documentaries “Two Square Miles” and “A Sea Change,” and is the director/producer of grand-prize winning fiction shorts and documentaries. Kalina’s work in progress, “Shored Up,” is about beach erosion. Lemonick is the senior staff writer at Climate Central and a former senior science writer at Time magazine. He has also written for Discover magazine, Yale Environment 360, Scientific American, and others. He is the author of “The Georgian Star,” “Echo of the Big Bang” and “Other Worlds: The Search for Life in the Universe.”
Additional speakers to be announced. Please check back for updates.

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