Environmental Film Festival

Event time: 
Wednesday, March 29, 2023 - 6:00pm
Event description: 

Welcome back from Spring Break! We’d like to invite you to the Environmental Film Festival this semester.

This year, the festival runs from this Wednesday, March 29th, to this Saturday, April 1st, and all of the events are open to Yale and the New Haven community. We are excited to start this year’s festival with our opening event on Hollywood’s role in influencing attitudes and actions on climate change, moderated by one of the world’s top climate communications researchers and Yale professor Anthony Leiserowitz. Continuing from that, every day we have 1-2 panels of the same caliber, but with different themes!

Below is the link for EFFY generally, and the links for each panel event. The links lead to the event description and registration. 
EFFY 2023 All Panels Link:
Wednesday, March 29th, 6 - 8 PM:
Climate Change and The Big Screen 
Presented by Yale Center for Environmental Communication
Thursday, March 30th, 6 - 9 PM:
Resilience in Action: Stories of Conservation and Resistance in Latin America
Friday, March 31st, 11 AM - 3 PM:
The Cost of Progress: Community Health in a Changing Climate 
Friday, March 31st, 6 - 9 PM:
Maintaining Giants: Ensuring our Forests Flourish
Presented by the Yale Forest Forum
Saturday, April 1st 10 - 12 PM: 
The Environment Through Film, an Event for New Haven Kids (only event off campus)
Saturday, April 1st 6 - 9 PM:
The World of Water, What’s at Stake: Conservation Efforts at Sea and on Shore