THE ROZSA CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE
WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGIST & FILMMAKER ALIZÉ CARRÈRE
Run time 70 min followed by Q&A Session
General admission seating | Public welcome
Explore the remarkable ways people around the world are adapting to our changing planet with environmental anthropologist and filmmaker Alizé Carrère. From the floating gardens of Bangladesh to the ice pyramids of northern India, Carrère offers a hopeful look at the resilience, perseverance, and innovation of humankind under even the most difficult of conditions.
Content Considerations // none
The National Geographic Live Speaker Series brings premium storytelling and visually stunning imagery to the stage with first-hand accounts of science, adventure, and exploration told by our world-class explorers who inspire change in the world.
Alizé Carrère is a National Geographic Explorer, filmmaker, and PhD candidate researching and documenting human adaptations to environmental change. She brings her social science background and extensive field experience to her filmmaking, which seeks to elevate the human dimensions of climate change. Carrère received both her B.A. and M.Sc. from McGill University, and is pursuing her PhD at the University of Miami. She's examining the relationship between architecture, climate change, and ecological urban utopias.
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This program/lecture is supported by the MICHIGAN ARTS AND CULTURE COUNCIL and the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.