Free and open to the public: In University of Delaware's fourth annual environmental film series, they will examine how communities facing environmental degradation fight back. Join them for one or all of these thought-provoking documentaries and the faculty-led discussions following each film.
A ground-level view of an extraordinary legal drama pitting 30,000 indigenous and colonial rainforest dwellers in Ecuador against the U.S. oil giant Chevron over widespread soil and water contamination.
(2009, 104 minutes)
Discussion leader: Tom Powers, Department of Philosophy and Director, Center for Science, Ethics, and Public Policy
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