Host a Community Screening of NOVA’s Decoding the Weather Machine
Are you interested in starting a conversation about climate change in your community?
On April 18th, NOVA aired its newest climate change documentary, Decoding the Weather Machine. This two hour special takes a deep dive into our climate machine to explain why scientists agree that our climate is changing, how climate change will impact our daily lives, and how we can be resilient—and even thrive—in the face of this enormous change.
We are looking for partners across the country that are interested in bringing a screening of Decoding the Weather Machine to their community. NOVA will provide your school or organization with a free DVD of Decoding the Weather Machine, and a screening guide for planning your event every step of the way, from advertising to execution! It will include more information about climate science, as well as sample discussion questions and panel formats to inspire community conversations once the film is over.
If you are interested in hosting a community screening, sign up on our website with a confirmed date and location: www.pbs.org/weathermachinescreening
Sharon Rawlins, MLS
Youth Services Specialist for Lifelong Learning
NJ State Library
185 West State St.
P.O. Box 520
Trenton, NJ 08625-0520
609-278-2640 ext. 116
609-278-2650 – fax
CSLP 2017-2018 Past President
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