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Film Screening: Climate Refugees (2010)

November 3, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Film Screening: Climate Refugees

Wednesday, November 3rd at 5:30pm | Nelson Mandela Auditorium at the FedEx Global Education Center

Please join the UNC Center for European Studies for a screening of the film, Climate Refugees (2010). Climate Refugees highlights the human plight of climate change with a focus on the intersection of overpopulation and lack of resources. Immediately following the screening of the film, a panel discussion will occur from Program Director for Environmental and Energy Policy Nora Löhle of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, Neil Doughty, TransAtlantic Masters student, and Cassandra Alvariño, Contemporary European Studies undergraduate major.

If you would like to attend the film screening IN-PERSON, please fill out this form. If you would like to attend the event VIRTUALLY, please register using this link.

More information about the film and the panelists can be found on our website. Please email Kayla Bassett, CES Student Services Manager, at with any questions.


Climate Refugees is a 2010 film directed by Michael P. Nash, winner of the Social Change Global Institute Filmmaker of the Year Award. Climate Refugees was screened at the U.S. Senate and House, The Pentagon, The Vatican, and the United Nations COP15 climate summit in December 2009 in Copenhagen. Learn more about the film here.