This screening is held by ASU Tempe Campus. Primarily for students and faculty, ASU has opened the screening to the public.
The event has been co-sponsored by ASU Global Institute of Sustainability, ASU Lightworks, AZ Sustainability Alliance, and Green Living magazine.
This screening of our film, Current Revolution, is co-sponsered by the Grand Canyon Chapter Sierra Club, Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona campaign, and Southwest Energy Efficiency Project.
RSVP for the event here: https://currentrevolution.app.rsvpify.com
The Vermont Law School will host a panel discussion starting at 1:00 pm followed with clips of the film.
This is a paid event and to RSVP please go to https://connect.vermontlaw.edu/networks/affinity/energy
The screening will take place at the Questrom School of Business at Boston University in Classroom 414/419
From substations to gas stations, boardrooms to military bases -- this film tells the story of America’s energy industry on the brink of massive change. Whether it fails, prevails or adapts, the outcome will profoundly affect us all.
This is the first in a series of new films about the future of the U.S. energy grid from American Resilience Project, producers of Green Film Fest 2017 award-winner Tidewater.
American Resilience Project presents
A Strategic Narrative for Modernizing the Grid
In Association with EDF, Vermont Law School, & NYC Climate Alliance
Please join us for a sneak peek of excerpts from American Resilience Project’s upcoming film series, Current Revolution, designed to unite the utilities, automaker, technology, and defense industries around accelerating our transition to a renewable, secure, and prosperous electric grid. With a focus on national security and economic prosperity, the film aims to show how the nation must embrace smart policies, investments, and cybersecurity measures that support grid modernization through distributed renewable energy and electrified transportation. Come hear from the filmmakers themselves as well as experts in the field about the project, and why upgrading our electric grid is vital to a prosperous economy and healthy environment.