This award-winning documentary on Climate Change follows environmental photographer James Balog as he heads to Greenland, Iceland and Alaska in order to capture images that will help to convey the effects of global warming.

The watch party will be held online so you can enjoy the film from the comfort of your own home. Hang around after the film for a discussion with other viewers and members of GAP about the realities of the film and to share ideas on some positive ways we can make a difference in the face of climate change.

A zoom link will be sent closer to the date of the event.

If you are interested in becoming a Green Ambassador, join the GAP Community Group on Facebook.

Or get in contact by email

Green Ambassador Program

About Sustainability in Welcome Weeks

From providing water refill stations all around campus, to hosting fun & interactive sustainability events through our Green Ambassador Program (GAP), to our new award-winning Warwick Solar Farm, UQ is committed to sustainability. UQ Sustainability is all about promoting and celebrating sustainability on and off campus.

This year in 2021 the UQ Sustainability Office is determined to create more spaces to meaningfully engage with our fantastic UQ community. There is a plethora of incredible efforts, initiatives, events, and facilities dedicated to sustainability at UQ. We want to ensure that the broader UQ community are aware of the fantastic work our 'greenie' staff and students are doing and provide opportunities to support and get involved

We have a number of sustainability themed events as part of this semester's Orientation Week & Connect Week. Make sure you register and don't miss out!

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