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Short films, documentaries, panel discussions and film workshops were featured at the UW last weekend as part of the ninth annual Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival.
April 3, 2007

Short films, documentaries, panel discussions and film workshops were featured at the UW last weekend as part of the ninth annual Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival.

Climate change and energy were central themes at the festival, while other environmental issues, including mining and the effect of global warming on health and agriculture, were also addressed.

One documentary, Greenpeace: Making A Stand, focused on the work of the Greenpeace organization and detailed the growth of the environmentalist movement from the early 1970s to present day. The film showed a number of people willing to risk their lives in order to raise awareness of environmental issues and effect political change.