A documentary exploring climate change in upstate New York
What does climate change mean in a place where it is not an obvious threat? Where sea level rise is not a factor, and frankly, where people might like it to be a little warmer? Three filmmakers set out to answer those questions for Upstate New York. The answers were not so simple.
Comfort Zone brings the global issue of climate change to a local and personal level. It is the story of what happens when we try to translate this global problem to our individual lives. What is at stake? What can I do about it? What if dealing with this problem asks things of me that I am not yet ready to give?
The climate is already changing. Now what about us?
When and where?
- Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 6:30 pm
- Brighton Memorial Library, in the Friends Learning Center
2300 Elmwood Avenue
- Free event