Environmental ethics and indigenous perspectives are
finding common ground and creating alliances around the world. This
weekend’s Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival celebrates
communities from around the world, coming together. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.
See fourteen films at the Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival, this Saturday, June 1st, at the Doris Duke Theatre on Beretania Street. Enjoy live music, ‘ono local food, and an art and book sale. Doors open at 4pm on Kina'u Street, the Festival films begin at 5. Your ticket to the screening includes two books by the Conservation Council for Hawai‘i : The Hawai'i Wildlife Viewing Guide and Facing Hawai'i's Future.