Join Dr. Soren Brothers, Allan and Helaine Shiff Curator of Climate Change and Deborah Metsger, Assistant Curator, Botany as they host the Canadian premiere of the latest BBC Earth landmark series, The Green Planet and discuss the significance of plants to life on Earth and their relationship to pressing climate change and environmental issues.
About the series:
Presenter Sir David Attenborough, 96, travels the globe in the latest BBC Earth landmark series, The Green Planet, to explore Earth’s biodiversity and the secret, fascinating life of plants. Using pioneering new filmmaking technology and the latest science, The Green Planet takes viewers on an immersive journey from the deepest jungles to the harshest deserts, revealing the strange and wonderful world of plants as never seen before.
The Green Planet premieres Wednesday, July 6 at 9:00 pm ET/PT on BBC Earth in Canada. BBC Earth is also available on Prime Video Channels with The Green Planet airing simultaneously from July 6.
Registration is required and closes at 12:00 pm EST Friday June 24th. Seating is not reserved. Space is limited and restricted to two tickets per membership. Please arrive by 10:45 am to allow time for check-in. Event will begin promptly at 11:00 am. Guest privileges do not apply for this event.
Image: Sir David Attenborough courtesy of BBCE