Artists' Television Access

3rdi Green Eye screening: The Anatomy of a Carbon Footprint

Sunday, September 19, 2010, 3:30 pm, $10

Join us on September 18 & 19 for a weekend of films, talks and workshops about our changing climate, how we got there and what we can do to reduce our carbon footprint. All proceeds from these programs will be donated by 3rdi and ATA towards flood relief efforts in Pakistan. Ticket prices mentioned below are minimum suggested donations. However, we encourage you to be generous in your giving!

3:30pm                        Film Screening

Climate of Change (Brian Hill, UK, 2010)

Recently screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, this important and informative documentary by renowned British documentary filmmaker, Brian Hill, takes us on a journey to India, Africa, Papua New Guinea, London, United States (West Virginia, Appalachia), and Norway, to shows us how communities across the world are rising to the challenge of climate change.

“…a rich and inspiring documentary… [which] takes us around the world to find the ordinary people taking action in the fight to save our environment. Driving Climate of Change is the beautiful narration written by British poet Simon Armitage and mellifluously voiced by Tilda Swinton. “We are the renters of this world, not its masters,” reminds Pooshkar, a precocious 13-year-old member of a youth environmental defense group in India.” – Tribeca Film Festival

5:30pm                        Multimedia Presentation

Suggested Donation: $10

Around the World Without Flying: A Year of Carbon Footprints, Cargo Ships, and Climate Uprisings

Meet Carbon Footprint Reductionists – Barnali Ghosh and Anirvan Chatterjee – as they share their stories from a year spent traveling across continents – aviation-free, exploring the new ethics of greener travel, climate justice action, and global movements working to change the way we think about tourism and aviation. Come prepared to calculate your personal carbon footprint.


Anirvan Chatterjee is a techie from Berkeley who is into books and all things open source. Barnali Ghosh is a landscape architect who loves urban hikes and street food. They’ve worked with Bay Area groups like Asha for Education, ASATA, the Progressive Bengali Network, and the Mobilization for Climate Justice West. For more information on their epic environmental journey, visit their blogsite at:

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