A New Mexico Virtual Film Festival

Climate Crisis

Saturday, October 30, 2021
11am - 6pm


with Films & Conversation about Addressing the Climate Crisis

Moderated by Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, NM State Senator for District 16

No registration required.


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Moderator: Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, NM State Senator for District 16

11:00 amVideo: The Pale Blue Dot
11:04 amWelcome and NM Climate Crisis Film Festival Overview
11:08 amCAVU Film: Polluted Future
11:10 amTom Solomon, Co-coordinator of 350.org NM: “Path to 100% Renewable Energy by 2036”
11:50 amFilm: The Colorado
12:38 pmDr. John Fleck, Director of Water Resources, UNM:
“Climate Change and the Colorado River”
Film: Kiss the Ground
1:00 pmSarah Wentzel-Fisher, Exec. Dir., Quivira Coalition: “Regenerative Agriculture”
1:45 pmBREAK:
2:10 pmFilm: New Mexican Taking Action on Plastic Waste
2:30 pmVideo: Plastic: It’s worse Than You Think
Greg Polk, Film Director; Sarah Pierpont, Exec. Dir., NM Recycling Coalition; Eleanor Bravo, Environmental Consultant
3:25 pmReport on Methane Hearings: Camilla Feibelman, Dir., Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter
3:40 pmVideo: Carbon Cowboys (Ranching & Soil)
3:52 pmTom Solomon: “Hydrogen”
4:10 pmPamelya Herndon, NM State Representative for District 28: “Environmental Justice”
4:40 pmClips: Vanessa Nakate and Greta Thunberg at UN Youth Summit
4:53 pmFilm: The Green Amendment: New Mexico
Conversation with Maya van Rossum, Founder, Green Amendments For The Generations, and Senator Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
5:50 pmVideo: Living Off the Grid in ABQ
5:57 pmClosing Remarks
6:00 pmEnd
Schedule is subject to change

Our appreciation to filmmakers for providing films at no cost.

Sponsored by the City of Albuquerque Dept. of Cultural Services, Produced by City of Albuquerque Studio 519 Public Access Channel 27, with support from CAVU, and New Mexico PBS, the Sierra Club: Rio Grande Chapter, 350 New Mexico, and Great Old Broads for Wilderness (Rio Grande Valley broadband).

Film Festival Coordinator: Susan Selbin Flyer artwork: Meghan List Website: Leila Salim

Climate change is the single biggest thing that humans have ever done on this planet. The one thing that needs to be bigger is our movement to stop it.
Bill McKibben

For questions, email info@nmclimatefilmfest.org.