Thirty Million: free screening, climate change doco, 30 June

Thirty Million is a UN-funded documentary on how sea-level rise and climate change will affect the thirty million people of Bangladesh, the country widely considered the most vulnerable in the world to climate change. The Royal Society of New Zealand is hosting a free screening of the film on Thursday 30 June at 6pm in Wellington. The 35-minute documentary will be followed by a Q & A session with one of the filmmakers, Adrien Taylor, and climate scientists Professors James Renwick and Tim Naish. Register to save your seat, and watch the trailer here: http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/events/thirty-million/

 

 

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