Science Night: Racing Extinction
Presented by Castro Valley Science, Registration is Required:
Join us for an important movie for our time.
Have homo sapiens caused the greatest mass extinction since the KT event 66 million years ago, resulting from anthropogenic
(human-caused) climate change, overpopulation, globalization, animal agriculture and poaching?
Racing Extinction is a documentary about the ongoing Anthropogenic mass extinction of species and the efforts from scientists, activists and journalists to document it by Oscar-winning director Louie Psihoyos.
The film received an Oscar nomination and an Emmy nomination for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking.
This special screening of Racing Extinction will be followed by expert commentary and Q & A with conservationist and tropical ecologist Dr. Rodolfo Dirzo, Stanford.
Registration Required through Castro Valley Science. Designed for ages 10 and over:
Science Night at Castro Valley Library - FREE
Jan 14, 2020 (Tues), 7:00pm – Register Now: http://bit.ly/extinct1
- Tuesday, February 4, 2020
- 6:30pm - 8:30pm
- Chabot/Canyon Room
- Castro Valley Library
The Library is wheelchair accessible. An ASL (American Sign Language) interpreter will be provided for this program if requested at least 7 days in advance. For assistance, please contact your library or firstname.lastname@example.org. Events subject to change or cancellation without prior notice.
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