Do Our Rivers Have A Chance?

Do Our Rivers Have A Chance?

Post-screening Q&A for The River Ran Red, the epic search for survivors of the Armenian genocide of 1915 along the Euphrates River. From his archives of 400 testimonies of survivors and eyewitnesses, the award-winning filmmaker J. Michael Hagopian weaves a compelling story of terrifying intensity, taking the viewer from the highland waters of the river to the burning deserts of Syria.

Throughout 2015 the Hammer and the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability explore the most pressing issues surrounding the current and future state of water in our series The Next Wave.

River ecosystems have become some of the most endan­gered places on Earth. Growing human populations, as well as agriculture and industry, are all placing increasing demands on limited water supplies while climate change is exacerbating drought and reducing snow fall conditions. Steve Fleischli, Director and of the Water Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and hydrologist Dennis Lettenmaier, UCLA Professor of Geography, will speak on the threats to the world’s rivers and what we can do to protect them.

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Location: Billy Wilder Theater
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