Sustainability Film Series

The Institute on the Environment, Bell Museum of Natural History, University Services Office of Sustainability, and University Dining Services host the free Sustainability Film Series the first Thursday evening of the month from February to May. Films are selected to reflect issues that resonate with University students, faculty and staff.

Each film is presented with a panel of experts who provide local, professional and personal insight into the issues addressed in the films in dialogue with the audience and related sustainability campus student groups. The goal is also for viewers to leave more informed, inspired and equipped with concrete actions to take in their lives and communities. Sustainably sourced food or snacks are served before each film.

Stay tuned for updates for upcoming events and the announcement of the 2018 film series.

Spring 2017 Films

Before The Flood

Catching the Sun

The True Cost


Follow the Sustainability Studies program on Facebook and Twitter to learn about upcoming films and activities. Email if you think a film would be a good opportunity for your student group to table and connect with the audience.