The NYC Film Green program aims to promote sustainable film production, with the goal of reducing the environmental impact of film and television production. The program offers guidelines for sustainable production, recognition for productions that engage in sustainable practices, and free resources. A panel discusses the potential of television shows and films to create awareness about climate change and the lack of mention of climate change in video content currently being produced.
Entertainment has a huge impact on culture, with the power to influence and change consumer behaviors, knowledge, and attitudes. How can we normalize sustainable choices and actions for our audiences? Join us in a discussion on the significance of climate storytelling and how we can begin to incorporate these stories and products on the screen.
Panelists included: Heather Fipps – Program Director, The Radford Center Sheila Morovati – Founder and President, Habits of Waste Alisa Petrosova – Associate Director Of Climate Research & Consulting Programs, Good Energy Stories Lydia Pilcher – Producer/Director, Co-Chair PGA Green GPG Task Force Laurel Tamayo – Impact Campaign Consultant, Rare Moderated by AnaLaura Giacomel, Education and Special Programs Manager, Earth Angel Introductory remarks by Shira Gans, Senior Executive Director of Policy + Programs at The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainmen
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