Chasing Coral: Film Screening & Panel Discussion
Sunday, February 25th - 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Lumina Theater, 620 Market Street, Chapel Hill 27312
Join us for a screening of this new documentary followed by a panel discussion of Nature Conservancy experts.
Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. Could the biggest story of our changing climate be hidden beneath the waves? A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.

Coral reef ecosystems support 25% of marine life in our ocean. A temperature increase of just 2 degrees Celsius may not seem like much, but for marine life this is like living with a constant fever.

Join us for a screening of this new documentary followed by a panel discussion of Nature Conservancy experts.

The Conservancy’s Marine Ecologist Stephanie Wear, North Carolina Coastal Engagement Coordinator Lora Eddy, and North Carolina Science Director Liz Kailes will discuss the Conservancy’s international work to reduce threats to coral reefs and work to improve coastal resiliency with nature-based solutions here in North Carolina.

The event is free but seating is limited.

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Questions? Contact Tiffany Hartung at tiffany.hartung@tnc.org or (919) 794-6569.
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