November 14, 2015 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Kauai Community College Cafeteria

Global surface temperatures have remained at or near record-warm levels throughout 2015, leading many to prognosticate that 2015 will eclipse 2014 as the warmest year on record, perhaps by a relatively large margin.

The extraordinary detail and richness of the cinematography in “THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING” provides an epic canvas for an exploration of Climate Change, arguably, the greatest challenge of our time. Sponsored by Apollo Kauai, the film will be screened two times this month at KCC.


Saturday, November 14, 6 pm  & Sunday Nov. 22, 6 Pm,  Kauai Community College Cafeteria

Have you noticed that summer and winter seasons have flipped?   “Islands Face winter drought “, TGI Nov 22, reports. Unusually hot, sticky weather and heavy tropical rainfall plagued Hawaii in late summer and early fall of this year. Complaining residents and kids in stifling class rooms made their voices heard, but to no avail. “Climate change and its impacts, which can include bleaching, are some of the most pressing global threats to coral reef ecosystems today,” said Jennifer Koss, acting program manager for NOAA’s Coral Reef Conservation Program.

Empowering, rather than terrifying, this captivating film will leave one refreshed and inspired, reflecting on the ties between us, the kind of lives we really want, and why the climate crisis is at the center of it all. Will this film change everything? Absolutely not. But you could, by answering its call to action.