Environmental Film Series -- Green Fire
The School of Environment and Natural Resources & Office of Energy and Environment invite you to the Spring 2017 Environmental Film Series, with lively discussions led by leading OSU and local experts. This showing is “Green Fire — Aldo Leopold and a land ethic for our time” with film producer/narrator Curt Meine, PhD, senior fellow, Aldo Leopold Foundation; and Jeff Sharp, SENR Director and rural sociology professor.
Free pizza and beverages @ 6:45.
This public offering is also a Spring 2017 course offering through ENR 4193 Section 32330 and ENR 6193 Section 34528.
Complete sign up by Friday, January 13th for an independent study course by attending the six films/discussions and writing essays afterwards. Syllabus at go.osu.edu/enr-4193 and go.osu.edu/enr-6193. Consult your faculty advisor to determine how this 1-credit course may meet requirements for your major.
Instructor: David Hanselmann (email@example.com or 614-247-1908)
The first full-length documentary film ever made about legendary conservation thinker Aldo Leopold, Green Fire explores Leopold’s extraordinary career and his enduring influence – tracing how he shaped the modern conservation movement and continues to inspire projects all over the country that connect people and the land. A timely film screening in light of current worries about the federal government’s continued commitment to environmental management/protection and the political divide on these issues.