The next film in the iPat series is “Wrenched,” — exploring deviant behavior as a mode of achieving environmental action. The film will be shown at 7 p.m. Monday, March 7 in the Christie Theatre. “When environmental consequences of human activity are unacceptable, is socially unacceptable behavior acceptable? What are the limits when trying to bring about environmental change?” See the movie and interact with faculty (Public and Environmental Affairs) Karen Dalke and Elizabeth Wheat, as they provide a reaction to this film about Edward Abbey and the kind of eco-activism to which his name has become attached. Open to the public. Free admission and popcorn. Monitoring and sign-in available for extra credit if faculty provide notification. iPat stands for Impact = population, affluence and technology. The series is sponsored by Public and Environmental Affairs, the Center for Public Affairs, PEAC and The Campus Common Theme.
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