Thursday, September 17, 2009

Sustainability On Film - in Oklahoma City!

My wife and I - along with family and friends - have participated in many great events at the Oklahoma City Museum of Modern Art over the past several years. What a delight that they are presenting a September 2009 series on "Sustainability."

They note:

As our economic, social and environmental activities become increasingly integrated on a global scale, the human species faces unprecedented challenges. In the wake of the groundbreaking documentary An Inconvenient Truth, filmmakers have been examining the complex issues facing our species and planet: climate change, dwindling natural resources, population growth, economic crises, and political conflict. Along the way humans are finding innovative, simple solutions from growing their own food, to green building, to developing new forms of renewable energy. These films explore how we meet our needs in the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. Join us Sunday after the final screening for a panel discussion with local experts on how Oklahomans are dealing with the global issue of sustainability.


Go to the website for the OKMOA for more information!

Toward eupan ~

~ marty alan michelson, ph.d.

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