Nov
07

Date: Tuesday, Nov 7, 2017

Time: 5:00PM
Nanaimo Campus

Building: Building 355 Room: Room 203


Add to Calendar"Chasing Coral" Film Showing11/07/2017 05:00 PM11/07/2017 05:00 PMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverOn Tuesday, November 7, during WorldVIU Days, there will be a showing on campus of “Chasing Coral” about the worldwide coral reef crisis. The film was directed by James Balog of National Geographic and of the documentary, “Chasing Ice,” which examined the retreat of glaciers and ice shelves resulting from climate change. The film will be shown in Building 355, Room 203 on the Vancouver Island University Nanaimo campus starting at 5 pm. This will be following by a panel consisting of Stephanie Archer and Anya Dunham from the Pacific Biological Station in Nanaimo, and Roy Mulder, President of the Marine Life Sanctuaries Society of BC. The event will end at 8 pm. Since it’s during the dinner hour, free pizza will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. The film showing and panel discussion is being sponsored by The Geography Department, the Geographical Students’ Union, Awareness of Climate Change through Education and Research (ACER), the Biology Department and WorldVIU Days. For more information, contact Don Alexander at don.alexander@viu.ca. It is recommended that attendees park in Lot N, off 4th Street near the VIU bus loop. Paid parking is in effect until 8 pm. Building: Building 355 Room: Room 203 false

On Tuesday, November 7, during WorldVIU Days, there will be a showing on campus of “Chasing Coral” about the worldwide coral reef crisis. The film was directed by James Balog of National Geographic and of the documentary, “Chasing Ice,” which examined the retreat of glaciers and ice shelves resulting from climate change. The film will be shown in Building 355, Room 203 on the Vancouver Island University Nanaimo campus starting at 5 pm. This will be following by a panel consisting of Stephanie Archer and Anya Dunham from the Pacific Biological Station in Nanaimo, and Roy Mulder, President of the Marine Life Sanctuaries Society of BC. The event will end at 8 pm.

Since it’s during the dinner hour, free pizza will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. The film showing and panel discussion is being sponsored by The Geography Department, the Geographical Students’ Union, Awareness of Climate Change through Education and Research (ACER), the Biology Department and WorldVIU Days. For more information, contact Don Alexander at don.alexander@viu.ca. It is recommended that attendees park in Lot N, off 4th Street near the VIU bus loop. Paid parking is in effect until 8 pm.


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