Join DSF and David Suzuki for a movie night at the Rio!

FREE tickets for SFU staff &  students. RSVP to Ryan Kadowaki at rkadowaki@davidsuzuki.org and he will put you on the guest list. The event information is below.


Join the David Suzuki Foundation for the Vancouver premiere of Climate Change in Atlantic Canada on April 24. The evening will include a screening of the documentary followed by Q&A and a panel discussion with David Suzuki and filmmaker Ian Mauro. Dialogue will focus on issues facing communities and the leadership required to navigate our collective future.


Rio Theatre
1660 East Broadway
Vancouver, B.C.


April 24, 7 to 9 p.m.
Doors: 6:30 p.m.

About the film

Across Atlantic Canada, coastlines and communities are being adversely affected by climate change, and as temperatures, sea levels and storm surges increase, mitigation and adaptation initiatives are being planned and implemented to navigate the impending storm. Ian Mauro and his multi-media research team used video to document this remarkable story of climate change in Atlantic Canada and conducted over 100 semi-structured interviews with stakeholders across the region, including researchers, local and traditional knowledge holders, government officials and industry.

Using cutting-edge multi-media research techniques, the objective of this project is to assess and present the challenges and opportunities facing Atlantic Canadians, as their environment, cities and municipalities, and mechanisms for societal governance experience often immense and immediate climatic changes. The results of the project suggest four main thematic case studies – focused on climate, communities, mitigation and adaptation – leading to this documentary and multi-media website to showcase the results. Given the high-impact nature of digital media, this project seeks to increase awareness and educational opportunities for Canadians about the real-world experiences and responses of coastal communities, which are on the front lines of climate change.


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