Fall Oppenheim Event: Climate Refugees - A private screening and panel discussion after the film

Fall Oppenheim Event: Climate Refugees - A private screening and panel discussion after the film

“Climate Refugees” is a documentary film about “the human face of climate change.”

Bridges Theater at Melnitz Hall

5:30pm Complimentary reception

6:30pm Screening

Bridges Theater at Melnitz Hall

There is a new phenomenon in the global arena called “Climate Refugees”, people who are displaced by climatically induced environmental disasters. Climate change, both incremental and rapid , are resulting in increased droughts, desertification, sea level rise, and the more frequent occurrence of extreme weather events such as hurricanes, cyclones, fires, mass flooding and tornadoes. All this is causing mass global migration and border conflicts. The Pentagon now considers climate change a national security risk and the term “Climate Wars” is being talked about in war-room like environments in Washington D.C.

Panel Discussion after the Film:

Glen MacDonald Director, and Climate Scientist, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

Michael Nash Director, Climate Refugees

Roger Waldinger Interim Associate Vice Provost, UCLA International Institute Distinguished Professor, UCLA  Department of Sociology, International Migration Specialist

Co-sponsored by:

UCLA International Institute & The Burkle Center for International Relations

Co-hosted by:

UCLA Department of Film, Television and Digital Media

Parking available in Lot 3 for $10.

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For inquiries please contact: Vanessa Arredondo (varredondo@support.ucla.edu) or (310) 825-4038