Naturopolis Rio : la course vers la ville verte
Thursday 02nd October 2014 from 15h45 to 17h15
Salle 2 / Grand Amphithéâtre
Session for High School students
- Directed by
- Bernard Guerrini
- Written by
- Mathias Schmitt
- Produced by
- © Docside Production
Documentary, France, 2014, 52 min
High School Jury PrizeWill be screened again : Saturday 11th October 2014 from 12h00 to 13h00
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. A green city with its bay, iconic beaches, mountains and large urban forests…but if you go beyond the picture postcard idyll, Rio is suffering from pollution, landslides, poor sewage systems, dilapidated buildings and filthy lagoons.
Rio has sacrificed its environment to its industrial policy and is now paying the price. The gradual opening up of the favelas and increased public awareness, as well as a social movement borne out of the failure of international environmental summits are all forces for change. There are more and more initiatives underway – both big and small – the ball is definitely rolling.
Debate with :
- Nathalie Machon, Ecology professor at the ecology and biodiversity managment department of the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris