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Sustainability Awareness Month

Sustainability

The SMCC Sustainability Committee is working hard to bring our community together this month virtually. While we are all doing things differently during this pandemic one thing is certain: our cause is just as important and vital for a brighter future. In order to bring awareness and understanding we will be hosting games and film discussions each Friday in October beginning October 9. Share with a friend, neighbor, and students. All are welcome to participate. Together we will make a difference! 


Sustainability Trivia Games - How well versed are you? Join the Live Kahoot Game October 14 at 2pm!


Virtual Watch Party Schedule

Meeting ID: 966 0865 0050 
Passcode: 295741 

Oct. 9 at 11:00 AM: “Ice on Fire" 

  • An eye-opening documentary that focuses on many never-before-seen solutions designed to slow down our escalating environmental crisis, Ice on Fire goes beyond the current climate change narrative and offers hope that we can actually stave off the worst effect of global warming.

Oct. 16 at 11:00 AM: “Crisis”

  • What is it like to live in a world without access to water? Investigate global changes in giant storms and floods across America, the overuse of aquifers around the world, the “mining” of underground water for profit, New York City’s plan to use nature for water treatment, and how an appreciation for the value of water can profoundly affect our understanding of this precious resource.

Oct. 23 at 11:00 AM: “Inside the Megafire”

  • The California wildfires of 2018 took a worrisome trend to a new extreme, claiming lives and more than a million acres. Scientists investigate how forestry practices, climate change, and drought may contribute to the rise of deadly megafires.

Oct, 30 at 11:00 AM: “Ozone Hole: How we Saved the Planet”

  • The forgotten story of the hole in the ozone layer and how the world came together to fix it. The scientists and politicians who persuaded Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher to take action reveal how the planetary problem was solved.