One Carbon Footprint At A Time, a new and very timely half hour documentary from former San Jose State sociology professor and longtime documentary filmmaker Bob Gliner, is that they can. One Carbon Footprint at A Time, which features San Jose State University’s unique interdisciplinary Global Climate Change class, alumni, and faculty, as well as two San Jose area middle schools, Bulldog Tech and Bertha Taylor Elementary School, will air Wednesday night, January 2 at 11:30 PM (repeats January 3 at 5:30AM) throughout the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas on PBS station KQED as part of its nationwide broadcasts.
As seen through the lens of a diverse range of university and middle school students enthusiastically engaged in a wide range of climate change activities as part of the curriculum at their schools – from analyzing the clothes they choose to buy and wear, to the food they grow and eat, to the energy used to power their cell phones, hair dryers and electricity in their homes, and the jobs and lifestyle changes they make after graduation - this documentary highlights how education can inspire everyday actions that play a critical and potentially transformative role in impacting climate change.
San Jose State Faculty featured include Eugene Cordero, Meteorology and Climate Science and Anne Marie Todd, Communication Studies.
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