Showing as part of Shorts Program 6.

The new normal of global climate change is, generally, a harrowing reality to contemplate. Cultural anthropologist Alizé Carrére helps us see, however, that it does not need to be a reality devoid of hope. In Bangladesh — the most densely populated country in the world and one thatwill bear a disproportionate share of the impact of global climate change — Carrere shows us the kind of resilience, flexibility and innovation that will be requisite for the survival of our species.


Saturday, March 24, 12:00 PM — Carnegie Institution for Science

Tickets: $10

Adaption Bangladesh: Sea Level Rise

2017 US 12 min
Festival Year: 2018
Types: Documentary, Short
Topic: Climate Change, Global Perspectives