Growing Solutions to Food Insecurity

February 4, 2021
12:00pm Central Time
 02/04/2021 12:00:00 pm02/04/2021 01:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoGrowing Solutions to Food InsecurityHow can we reduce food insecurity for our growing population? Join KLRN Public Television and EPIcenter for a virtual community screening of the PBS and Amazon Prime series POWER TRIP: THE STORY OF ENERGY. This screening will feature the FOOD episode, followed by a discussion with author and professor Dr. Michael E. Webber; Co-director of Michigan State University’s Food Literacy and Engagement Poll and Host of “Serving Up Science” on PBS Digital Studios, Sheril Kirshenbaum; Chief Learning Officer of the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology and Program Chair for SA Smart, Dr. Cliff Zintgraff; and the President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank, Eric Cooper. The panel will be moderated by Chief of the EPIcenter Energy Incubator and Accelerator Andi Littlejohn. Filmed around the world, POWER TRIP uncovers the hidden energy that is embedded in our modern way of life and takes viewers on a journey through the past, present and future of energy. As our world faces growing demand for and worsening environmental impacts from energy, we are at a crossroads and the stakes are high. But history shows us that energy’s great value is that it allows societies to reinvent themselves. This screening is done in partnership with SA Smart: The Mayor’s K-12 Smart City Challenge program and made available by CPS Energy and Itron, Inc as part of the Smart Energy Education initiative in partnership with KLRN PBS. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/fe4sbKLRN Public Televisionkkehoe@klrn.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY

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How can we reduce food insecurity for our growing population?

Join KLRN Public Television and EPIcenter for a virtual community screening of the PBS and Amazon Prime series POWER TRIP: THE STORY OF ENERGY. This screening will feature the FOOD episode, followed by a discussion with author and professor Dr. Michael E. Webber; Co-director of Michigan State University’s Food Literacy and Engagement Poll and Host of “Serving Up Science” on PBS Digital Studios, Sheril Kirshenbaum; Chief Learning Officer of the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology and Program Chair for SA Smart, Dr. Cliff Zintgraff; and the President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank, Eric Cooper. The panel will be moderated by Chief of the EPIcenter Energy Incubator and Accelerator Andi Littlejohn.

Filmed around the world, POWER TRIP uncovers the hidden energy that is embedded in our modern way of life and takes viewers on a journey through the past, present and future of energy. As our world faces growing demand for and worsening environmental impacts from energy, we are at a crossroads and the stakes are high. But history shows us that energy’s great value is that it allows societies to reinvent themselves.

This screening is done in partnership with SA Smart: The Mayor’s K-12 Smart City Challenge program and made available by CPS Energy and Itron, Inc as part of the Smart Energy Education initiative in partnership with KLRN PBS.

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Power Trip - The Story of Energy: Food OVEE SCREENING LINK

54min 37sec

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