APRIL 1, 2013 | 7 PM | MACKY AUDITORIUM
on the University of Colorado campus | FREE ADMISSION
Join us on April 1st for a captivating evening of ideas, images, and music with photographer and adventurer James Balog, founder of the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) and subject of the award-winning film 'Chasing Ice'. James will be discussing the film, his ongoing work (providing new and never-seen-before footage) while talking with Inside the Greenhouse (ITG) co-founder and CU Professor Beth Osnes.
This event seeks to inspire members of the campus and area communities to engage with the challenges and opportunities associated with 21st century climate change.
The event is hosted by Earth Vision Trust and CU-Boulder’s Inside the Greenhouse, an interdisciplinary project led by Beth Osnes, assistant professor of Theatre & Dance, Max Boykoff, assistant professor in the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and Environmental Studies, and Rebecca Safran, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology.
Event parking on campus will be $3. Information on parking near Macky is available at http://macky.colorado.edu/your-experience/parking/