Originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, 2020, as part of the Sustainability across Disciplines: Sustainability and the Climate Crisis conference.
These films were created as the final project by students in LOYC 298-01: Ecocide and Dystopias, taught by Professor Philip Szporer.
Imprisoned by the limits and prejudices of society, a young woman seeks freedom through her dance.
The decline of bee populations is a pressing topic as more and more negative effects are being felt.
This short-film explores the notion of “eco consciousness” when it comes to the mind of a typical student.
*Eco-Consciousness won first place in the student film festival competition.
These films were created by students in COMS 569: Media Production: Moving Images, taught by Professor Elizabeth (Liz) Miller in the winter of 2020.
Meet Compie and learn how to compost at Concordia University.
Join a disgruntled millennial and a mysterious, algorithm-generated voice of God on their journey to baking greatness.
Leading by example, or hunting down the wasteful wastrels, Sue Stainable knows a lot about saving the planet, and is challenged to learn more.
Visit local designer Flor of Flor Design, a sustainable sewing atelier, and learn how to fix your clothes rather than contribute to waste.
The Sustainability and the Climate Crisis Conference is brought to you by the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability and the Loyola Sustainability Research Centre with the support of the Office of the Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies; the Faculty of Arts and Science; the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Communities and Cities; the John Molson School of Business; and the Departments of Biology; Communication Studies; Economics; Geography, Planning and Environment; Management; and Political Science at Concordia University.
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