We are excited to announce the launch of the iPat Film Series (Impact = population * affluence * technology). This new environmental documentary series kicks off this coming Monday evening with its first feature showing: “The 11th Hour”. Each film showing will be followed by a short informational session with a local expert and time for Q&A from the audience.

The series is free and open to the public. Please join us!

If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Heath in the Center for Public Affairs, 465-2608 or heatha@uwgb.edu.

Fall 2012 Lineup:

  • The 11th Hour, Monday, Sept. 17th, 7:00 pm Christie Theatre
  • Sun Come Up, Monday, October 1st, 7:00 pm, Christie Theatre
  • Last Call at the Oasis, Monday, November 19th, 7:00 pm, Christie Theatre

Coming Spring 2013:

  • Vegucated
  • If a Tree Falls
  • No Impact Man

Download the promotional flyer (PDF)

To what extent have recent trends in population growth, consumption, and technological innovation modified the natural world? Given these changes, is it likely that future generations will be able to meet their own needs? If not, what steps can we take as individuals and as a community to address these shortcomings? And what role should government/public policy play in shaping the human-nature relationship?

This film series explore these questions in depth. These films evaluate the condition of the natural world, identify the key drivers of environmental harm, and consider the merits of proposed solutions. At the conclusion of each film a panel of experts and community activists will offer their insights and draw our attention to relevant local issues. Audience members will be invited to chime in as well and pose questions to the panel.

Sponsored by PEAC, The Center for Public Affairs, and the Department of Public and Environmental Affairs.