Wednesday, May 14, 2008

May 22 Film Screening: Bioneers 2007: Evon Peter and Wallace Nichols

From Sheila Brown at Camp Long:

Film Screening, May 22: "Bioneers 2007: Evon Peter and Wallace Nichols"

Plenary Speakers 2007

Evon Peter: An Indigenous Perspective on How to Survive the Next Hundred Years
As chairman of Native Movement and former chief of the Neetsaii Gwich'in, Evon dives into traditional knowledge, spiritual understanding and common sense as tools for helping to heal and transform humanity.

Wallace Nichols: A Brave New Ocean, or an Ocean Revolution?
As senior scientist at the Ocean Conservancy and ocean activist extraordinaire, Wallace explains how space-based research and new deep sea technologies have resulted in an explosion of information about the ocean. To change our destructive course we must harness this knowledge, make it accessible to everyone, and creatively communicate what the state of the oceans means to the future of life on our planet.

When: May 22nd, 7pm to 9pm
Where: Camp Long Environmental Learning Center
5200 35th Ave. SW
Seattle, WA
Main Building

Directions

You bring a friend, we'll provide snacks and soda! Stick around for discussion after the movie.

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