It Ain’t Easy Being Green
Film Screening & Director talk, by chrystal fortwangler, pH.D.
Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m., F.W. Olin Building, Room 105
For decades, mysterious and prehistoric looking green iguanas in the U.S. Virgin Islands were a rare sight. Now their population is exploding out of control and it’s up to a bunch of islanders with radically different ideas to figure out what to do next! Tourists, scientists, and government
administrators also dive into the madness, joining on-going efforts to figure out how the islands’ two and four-legged residents can co-exist.
Sponsored by the Office of Paideia, the Sociology and Anthropology Department, and the Environmental Studies Program at Southwestern University.
Release date - December 8, 2016, run time - 35 minutes