2040 US Virtual Screenings

Q&A 2040 Climate Change in Black and White // Wed, 1st July 2020 // 7.30 PM ET / 4.30 PM PT

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Join us at 7.30 PM ET / 4.30 PM PT for a conversation with director Damon Gameau, award-winning journalist Amy Westervelt, and acclaimed essayist Mary Annaise Heglar for a truly inspirational Q&A, discussing 2040 and the importance of intersectionality and inclusion in climate justice.

Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions that exist today.


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Guest Speakers:


Director, Damon Gameau



Damon is an award-winning writer, director, author and activist. In 2015, he released his debut feature documentary 'That Sugar Film' , which broke Australian box office records, was released in 25 territories and picked up a host of awards around the world. He also authored a companion book, 'That Sugar Book', which was a best seller in Australia, is published in 20 countries and translated into 8 languages. Damon’s latest feature documentary ‘2040’ recently become one of Australia’s highest grossing documentaries of all time and is currently being released internationally. His accompanying book ‘2040: A Handbook for the Regeneration’ is published by Pan Macmillan. An in-demand thought leader and keynote speaker, Damon has received numerous accolades for his work, including a nomination for NSW Australian of the Year in 2020.


Amy Westervelt



Amy Westervelt is the founder of the Critical Frequency podcast network, which was named AdWeek's 2019 Podcast Network of the Year, and an award-winning print and audio journalist. She has contributed to The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal and many other outlets. In 2007, she won a Folio for her feature on the potential of algae as a feedstock for biofuel. In 2015 she was awarded a Rachel Carson award for "women greening journalism", and in 2016 she won an Edward R. Murrow award for her public radio series on the impacts of the Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada. As the head of Critical Frequency, she has executive produced more than a dozen podcasts, including her own show Drilled -- a true-crime style podcast about climate change, which was awarded the 2019 Online News Association award for "Excellence in Audio Storytelling". She also co-hosts the Hot Take podcast and co-writes the podcast's newsletter, both of which take an intersectional look at climate coverage. Her first book, Forget Having It All: How America Messed Up Motherhood, and How to Fix It was published in November 2018 by Seal Press.


Mary Annaise Heglar



Mary Annaise Heglar is a climate justice essayist and communications professional based in New York City. Her writing is known for critiquing the narratives around climate change, especially as it relates to people of color and movement-building. Her work has been published in Vox, WIRED, Guernia, The Boston Globe, and Dame Magazine, and others. She is the co-host of the Hot Take podcast and rants almost daily on Twitter. She is also the director of publications at the Natural Resources Defense Council, where she has worked for 6 years.


Hot Take:

Hot Take is an intersectional podcast about the climate crisis and the climate conversation, and the only climate podcast hosted and produced by women of color. Co-hosts Mary Annaïse Heglar and Amy Westervelt delve into all the various ways the climate story is unfolding, who's telling it, and how that plays into climate action.


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