UW-Green Bay’s environmentally focused iPat Movie Series is back for the new school year, debuting with “Pandora’s Promise” at 7 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 1) in the University Union’s Christie Theatre. The movie examines the issues of energy production and climate change, exploring the emerging divide within the environmental movement over nuclear energy. Each iPat showing is followed by a commentary and Q & A session featuring a local expert or faculty member, and Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft will be the speaker Oct. 1. The series will have two additional installments this semester — a showing of “Trashed” Tuesday, Nov. 5; and a screening of “More than Honey” Tuesday, Dec. 3. The iPat (Impact=Population*Affluence*Technology) series is sponsored by the Department of Public and Environmental Affairs and the Center for Public Affairs.
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