VIDEO SHOWCASE

Video Showcase Schedule

12:00 - Energy and Security
"Join us for a conversation on the national security implications of climate change and how we can provide a just transition to an energy economy that is cleaner for the environment and more secure for our nation. A screening of the full-length documentary Age of Consequences, will be followed by a discussion with members of Operation Free, Truman National Security Project, and CleanTX. (Recommended for High School and up) Panelists: - Jim Morin, Truman National Security Project Fellow and Texas Co-Director; Former U.S. Army officer - Cathy Redson - NATiVE Solar, Senior Commercial Consultant, NABCEP PV Installation Professional, 091110-207, IREC Certified PV Instructor, US-136 - Michael Morford, Operation Free; Water Energy Nexus Corporation CEO; Former U.S. Army officer Moderator: - Dwain Rogers, Executive Director, CleanTX
2:00 - Family Video Showcase with PBS and YouTube star Joe Hanson
PBS and YouTube star Joe Hanson will screen a selection of short videos from his science education show It's Okay to be Smart and his new climate and environment show Hot Mess, both produced by PBS. After the screening there will be a short audience Q&A session and discussion. (Recommended for families with children and anyone who loves science or cares about climate change. This is going to be great!)
3:30 - River Systems and Politics
"Featuring film excerpts and trailers multiple river-themed movies that highlight the challenges of stewarding precious water supplies with varied demands on them from the needs of cities, agriculture, industry and nature’s requirements. Dynamic Q&A session afterward with film producer and regional water systems experts. (Recommended for anyone interested in the management of water resources). Panelists: - Hillary Pierce, Producer of The River and the Wall - Katherine Romans, Director of Hill Country Alliance - Ryan, Spencer, Partnership Coordinator, Meadows Center for Water and The Environment - Ruthie Redmond, Sierra Club
5:00 - Fossil Fuels and Communities
Join us for a stimulating session with selections from two documentaries that feature communities confronting the environmental, social and economic impacts of fracking and coal power and then engage in a conversation with one of the movie directors and climate justice leaders. (Recommended for people interested in climate change, transitioning from fossil fuels, civic engagement. Middle School and up.)

Age of Consequences - Video Showcase - Saskia van Adrichem

Energy and Security

Join us for a conversation on the national security implications of climate change and how we can provide a just transition to an energy economy that is cleaner for the environment and more secure for our nation. A screening of the full-length documentary Age of Consequences, will be followed by a discussion with representatives from Operation Free, the Truman National Security Project, NATiVE, and CleanTX. (Recommended for High School and up)

Panelists:

- Jim Morin, Truman National Security Project Fellow and Texas Co-Director; Former U.S. Army officer

- Dwain Rogers, CleanTX, Executive Director

- Cathy Redson, NATiVE, Senior Commercial Consultant; NABCEP PV Installation Professional, 091110-207; IREC Certified PV Instructor, US-136

Moderator:

- Michael Morford, Operation Free member; Water Energy Nexus Corporation, CEO; Former U.S. Army officer

The Age of Consequences website

Operation Free | Truman National Security Project | NATiVE | CleanTX

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Family Video Showcase with PBS and YouTube star Joe Hanson

Recommended for families with children and anyone who loves science or cares about climate change.!
PBS and YouTube star Joe Hanson will screen a selection of short videos from his science education show It's Okay to be Smart and his new climate and environment show Hot Mess, both produced by PBS. After the screening there will be a short audience Q&A session and discussion.
Brought to you by Joe Hanson
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Competing Claims on Water

Watch stunning film excerpts and trailers of multiple river-themed movies highlighting the challenges of stewarding precious water supplies with varied demands on them from the needs of cities and industry to agriculture and nature’s requirements. Dynamic Q&A session afterward with film producer and regional water systems experts.

Panelists:

- Hillary Pierce, Producer of The River and the Wall

- Katherine Romans, Director of Hill Country Alliance

- Ryan, Spencer, Partnership Coordinator, Meadows Center for Water and The Environment

- Ruthie Redmond, Sierra Club

Moderated by Ryan Spencer, Partnership Coordinator, Meadows Center for Water and The Environment

The River and the Wall | Hill Country Alliance | Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
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Don't Frack with Denton - VS - Saskia van Adrichem

Fossil Fuels and Communities

"Join us for a stimulating session with selections from two documentaries that feature communities confronting the environmental, social and economic impacts of fracking and coal power and then engage in a conversation with one of the movie directors and climate justice leaders. (Recommended for people interested in climate change, transitioning from fossil fuels, civic engagement. Middle School and up.) Panelists: - Garrett Graham, Director of Don’t Frack with Denton - Citizen’s Climate Lobby - National Nurses United - Bastrop pecan farmer "
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