ESLP Lecture Series - 10/24/12 - Sebastian Copeland

Today's class features a screening of the award-winning documentary Into the Cold followed by a Q&A with Sebastian Copeland, the film's director, producer and star. Sebastian Copeland is also a photographer, extreme athlete, author and environmental activist.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1178 Franz Hall
UCLA Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90024

The ESLP Lecture Series (Environment 185A) is a sub-division of the Education for Sustainable Living Program (ESLP), which is a student-facilitated program offered through the IoES. The aim of the Lecture Series is to expose students to a range of environmental issues and demonstrate how their future careers could relate to sustainability.

Each class features 1-2 guest speakers from across the country. These speakers, who have included businesspersons, authors, activists, professors, and government officials, discuss specialized topics such as renewable energy, green business, environmental justice, green transportation and food systems.

Today's class features a screening of the award-winning documentary Into the Cold followed by a Q&A with the Sebastian Copeland, the film's director, producer and star. Sebastian Copeland is also a photographer, extreme athlete, author and environmental activist.

Students are more than welcome to audit the first class or so before deciding to enroll. To learn more, visit the Registrar page or the IoES ESLP page

Cost: Free

Lecture Series Co-Directors
lecture.eslp@gmail.com

Sponsor(s): UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, Education for Sustainable Living Program, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability