& Facilitated Discussion Series
Free Films Exploring Sustainability
--- Economic, Social and Environmental
until large gatherings are allowed on MTU’s campus again. Instructions on how to view each month’s film and a zoom
link for facilitated discussions will be sent via email to
Register HERE )
(Previously in G001 Hesterberg Hall in the Forestry Building
at Michigan Technological University)
Date/Time: 7:00-8:00 pm, 3rd Thursday each month
for facilitated discussion. Films are viewed by participants
during the week before. Cost: FREE,
donations appreciated. Follow donation link:
Michigan Tech Fund Sustainable Film Series
The Sustainability Film Series:
Issues & Dialogue (formerly Green Film Series) has offered
free monthly film screenings at Michigan Tech from January
through May, each year since 2011. Films are selected with
the goal of sharing relevant information, facilitating
discussion, and enhancing the capability of campus and
community members to make informed sustainable decisions.
The Film Series not only provides a platform for promoting
greater community awareness, understanding, and activism,
but it also connects our local community to the momentum and
efforts of the larger global community.
Series focuses on a range of topics related to social,
economic, and environmental sustainability--water, energy,
climate change, agriculture, food, waste, economics,
transportation, indigenous peoples, and more. A facilitator
knowledgeable on the topic, leads an informal discussion
The films were purchased by the Lake
Superior Stewardship Initiative with grant funding from
several sources, and may be used for educational purposes at
no charge. Films are available for a 2-week checkout for
classroom, meetings, or home viewings. To borrow films visit
U.P. STEM Resource Clearinghouse Webpage.
The film series is coordinated by the
Michigan Tech Center for Science & Environmental Outreach.
Films are selected by our cosponsors.
Many thanks to our Cosponsors: