The UNC Institute for the Environment and the Collider Present Movie Night Featuring Climate Stories NC
April 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Institute for the Environment in collaboration with
Movie Night at The Collider
Featuring Climate Stories NC
April 24 | 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Doors Open at 6:30
Suite 401, 1 Haywood St.
Asheville NC 28801
As a part of the NC Science Festival, the Institute for the Environment in partnership with The Collider in Asheville, NC, presents Oskar Blues Brewery Movie Night. A selection of short movies from the Climate Change NC will be presented by David Salvesen, producer and research associate with the UNC Institute for the Environment.
Briana Steel – Working with Youth
Curtis Smalling – Director of Land Bird Conservation
Kelly Darden – Outdoorsman Conservationist
Leigh Kathryn – Beekeeper
David Woods – Fishing Guide
Greg Fishel – Meteorologist
Suzane Nelson – Farmer
Climate Stories NC is a series of minidocumentaries capturing the voices of ordinary North Carolinians—farmers, hunters, beekeepers, fishermen, apple growers and others whose lives have been affected by changes in the climate. The project, funded by a grant from Z. Smith Reynolds and managed by the Institute for the Environment (IE) at UNC-Chapel Hill, documents how changes in the climate affect North Carolinians’ lives and livelihoods. David Salvesen, associate and director of the Sustainable Triangle Field Site at the UNC Institute for the Environment, will screen several of the minidocumentaries and then lead a discussion on his captivating approach to storytelling.