Seminars & webinars
26 February 2015

2015 Climate Cinema Series: Agriculture / 2015 Climate Cinema Series: Agricoltura


Where: Rome
Location:

IFAD, Roma
Via Paolo di Dono, 44

How to reach: Google map
Event's Timetable:


h. 12.30-13.30

Information:


ICCG Office, events@iccgov.org

Speakers:

Enrica De Cian, Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change and Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei; James Heer, IFAD; Juan De Dios Mattos, IFAD

Abstract

2015 Climate Cinema is a series of events taking place in five parts from February to June 2015. Each session will show a screening of one to two short films dealing with climate change. These films come from past editions of Think Forward Film Festival that takes place every year in Venice to showcase films on climate change and renewable energy. In addition, a short IFAD film/report addressing climate change will also be shown. A panel including one person from Think Forward Film Festival/International Center for Climate Governance and one person from IFAD will be available to answer the audience’s questions.

 

After the rain (climate testimonials)
Biljana Garvanlieva, 19’57”, documentary, Macedonia

"After the Rain" is the first climate change documentary film ever made by a Macedonian director. The documentary portrays four women who work as farmers in Macedonia. The women are from diverse backgrounds - Macedonian, Turkish and Albanian - and each has a very different attitude towards their work on the land. Despite their many differences in attitude, the four women all share the same sky and all of them are experiencing the same fears and challenges that come with climate change. The overriding message of this innovative documentary comes through from the determination of these women to overcome the challenges they face.

 

Adapting to Climate Change in Bolivia
James Heer and Juan De Dios Mattos, IFAD, Italy

 

The value of soil
Ephraim Broschkowski and Bernd Hezel, 4’46”, animation, Germany

Productive land is a valuable non-renewable resource which is rapidly depleted. This costs us dearly. But how can we prevent this? By including the value of the soil's services and the cost of land degradation into our calculation, we see that using soils in the way that most of us do today is simply not maintainable in the long run.


Working language: English.
Registration is required. For information and registration: events@iccgov.org or 041/2700442 (Silvia Nevi).


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This seminar has been jointly organized by ICCG and IFAD.

 

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