This 1-hour documentary film, which will be shown at 2:00 pm, investigates the threat to Earth’s life support systems from the current unprecedented loss of biodiversity. Through interviews with leading biologists, ecologists, social scientists, indigenous leaders, and others, the film explores the causes, the scope, and the potential effects of the mass extinction.
Paleontologist and new Bruce Seaside Center Manager and Curatorial Associate Kate Dzikiewicz will lead a discussion following the film. Related family activities are available all afternoon.
Free admission. No reservations required. Held at the Floren Family Environmental Center at Innis Arden Cottage, Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich, CT. For information, contact Seaside Center Manager Kate Dzikiewicz, firstname.lastname@example.org, 203.413.6747.