Climate Refugees Screens at COP15
CLIMATE REFUGEES, a new documentary film about the human face of climate change, has its official COP15 screening.
Special guests include: Director/Producer Michael Nash; Producer Justin Hogan; musician Damien Rice; Mohamed Nasheed, President of the Maldives; Dr. Koko Warner, head of the Environmental Migration, Social Vulnerability, and Adaptation Section at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS); Bill McKibben, Co-founder and Director, 350.org;
Hosts include: COP15 Copenhagen; The Tonny Sorennsen Foundation; LA Think Tank; Planet Illogica, and CARE.
Monday, 14 December 2009
VIP Red Carpet Pre-Reception 19.30
Post-screening party 22.00
Dagmar Theater, Jernbanegarde 2, 1608 Copenhagen V; +126.96.36.199.11
CLIMATE REFUGEES is a documentary film that uncovers the unbelievable plight of people around the world displaced by climatically induced environmental disasters. The documentary illuminates for the first time the human face of climate change and the collision that civilization now finds itself at between overpopulation, lack of resources and our changing climate. By traveling the world and interviewing several of the 25 million climate refugees now on the run, along with scholars, politicians and the like, CLIMATE REFUGEES brings to light the heart wrenching truth of what is quickly becoming mankindís greatest challenge. Filmed in: Bangladesh, Belgium, Chad, China, Denmark, Germany, Maldives, Poland, Tuvalu, USA, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Holland, Chad, Kenya, and Fiji.
From Copenhagen, the film has its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January 2010.
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