Free documentary screening of "A Sea Change: Imagine a World Without Fish"", on Friday 4/20

Hi,

My name is Judy Li and I am a second year Environmental Science student
here at UC Berkeley helping plan UC Berkeley's Earth Week (4/16-4/20). I
am writing to inform you about a free documentary screening of A Sea
Change, on Friday 4/20.
This event is one of the many that are taking
place during Earth Week. The film is about ocean acidification that
results from climate change, and this multidisciplinary subject may
interest some of your students. We would appreciate it if you could help
us advertise this fun and educational opportunity by including the blurb
below in your next email newsletter!

Award-winning documentary "A Sea Change: Imagine a World Without Fish"
will be screened on Friday, April 20 at 4pm. The film will be shown in
112 Wurster Hall Auditorium on the U.C. Berkeley campus (south-east
side) with a reception to follow
. Light refreshments, including
Cheeseboard pizza, will be provided
. Entrance is open to the public and
free of charge in honor of Earth Day
. This stunningly beautiful and
powerful documentary explores the issues of carbon in the sea and its
impact on ocean health and the food chain. There will be a chance for
questions at the end with Miyoko Sakashita, Senior Attorney for the
Center for Biodiveristy, who has a role in the film. For event details,
visit:
http://events.berkeley.edu/?event_ID=53644
For even more events, opportunities and fun during Earth Week
(4/16-4/20), visit the Earth Week website: earthweek.berkeley.edu
<
http://earthweek.berkeley.edu>!

Thank you,

Judy Li