RIVER RUNS THROUGH US, A

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Washington D.C. Premiere

RIVER RUNS THROUGH US, A

Courtesy of A River Runs Through Us

MARCH
24
2:00 PM

Directed by: Carla Pataky and Lori Pottinger

Venue: Carnegie Institution for Science
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A RIVER RUNS THROUGH US (USA, 2011, 22 min.)

River Shorts and shown as part of the Rivers Program

Program introduced by Jack Byrne, Director of Sustainability Integration Office, Franklin Environmental Center, Middlebury College. 

Washington, D.C. Premiere “Rivers are life” is the theme motivating activists in the global movement to protect rivers from the ravages of big dams. The film explains how climate change will affect rivers and dams, what happens to communities affected by large dams and what can be done to preserve life-giving waterways while meeting needs for energy and water. Interviews with activists from India, Mexico, Kenya, Mozambique, Australia and the United States are featured, along with footage of places at risk and the people working to protect them. Directed by Carla Pataky and Lori Pottinger.

Shown with EEL • WATER • ROCK • MANTHE KING’S RIVERBANGLADESH: LAND OF RIVERS, and THE WATER TOWER.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

Carnegie Institution for Science

Elihu Root Auditorium

1530 P St., NW 

(Metro: Dupont Circle)  

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