June 15-18: National Geographic Convenes Scientists, Explorers & Storytellers
The National Geographic Society is a global nonprofit that pushes the boundaries of exploration. A longtime partner of the Environmental Film Festival, we presented our 2017 Opening Night film Water & Power at their headquarters, last month.
Next month (June 15-18), Nat Geo’s very own Explorers Festival will bring together the most fascinating and innovative scientists, conservationists, explorers, and storytellers to share how their discoveries and ideas are creating change for the better.
Explorers Festival will include happy hours, culinary adventures, tons of interesting talks and even a couple familiar films, like Elk River, House Without Snakes and Forgotten Coast, from our 2016 & 2017 festivals, respectively.
Check out the full Festival lineup here and take advantage of the special offer below, exclusively for #envirofilm fans.
SPECIAL EVENT OFFER!
Red Planet vs. Blue Planet
Saturday, June 17 | 9:30 AM
Where Do We Explore Next? Explore this thought-provoking question with some of the world’s best explorers and storytellers as they talk about the future of exploration on this planet and across the galaxy. Hear from notable speakers such as Bob Ballard, ocean explorer and discoverer of the Titanic; Sylvia Earle, legendary oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence; and Colonel Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian Commander of the International Space Station.
Use code “EFF25” (before June 10) to save $25 on tickets to Red Planet vs. Blue Planet!
* Offer subject to availability. Not valid with any other offers.