COD Sustainability Film Series: Bee People
April 30 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm CST| Free
The College of DuPage Sustainability Film & Discussion Series promotes film as a tool for education, civic engagement, and activism in the movement for building sustainable and resilient communities and protecting our natural resources for future generations. All screenings will be followed by a discussion led by faculty and community partners.
All films are shown at 7pm in Room 1234 in the Health and Science Center at COD. Arrive a half hour prior to the showing to learn more about the topic addressed, and to connect with local community organizations on what is happening in our region to address the issues raised in the film.
Free and open to the public.
About the Film:
For 100 million years, bees have provided sustainability on earth… yet these glorious pollinators are facing challenges and fading from our planet. Did you know the honeybee is responsible for one third of the items on your dinner plate? Bee People raises the bar and provides an in-depth look at the people who are facing the challenge on behalf of the bees, making a difference, and urging everyone to join them on a planet-saving mission! Who are these bee people? What compels them to do what they do? And most importantly, what is the solution they propose.
Series Sponsors: College of DuPage Library; College of DuPage Liberal Arts; College of DuPage Biology and Health Sciences; College of DuPage Foundation; WDCB Public Radio
This is the third of four screenings in this series:
Bee People – April 30th