Green Team hosts screening of environmental documentary

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Green Team hosts screening of environmental documentary

Students enjoy lunch and snacks while watching the environmental documentary. Green Team is hosting the screening of

Students enjoy lunch and snacks while watching the environmental documentary. Green Team is hosting the screening of "Tomorrow" during lunch this week in Diane Moss' room, with one part screened Wednesday and one to be screened on Friday.

Anna Vazhaeparambil

Students enjoy lunch and snacks while watching the environmental documentary. Green Team is hosting the screening of "Tomorrow" during lunch this week in Diane Moss' room, with one part screened Wednesday and one to be screened on Friday.

Anna Vazhaeparambil

Anna Vazhaeparambil

Students enjoy lunch and snacks while watching the environmental documentary. Green Team is hosting the screening of "Tomorrow" during lunch this week in Diane Moss' room, with one part screened Wednesday and one to be screened on Friday.

by Anna Vazhaeparambil, Reporter

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The Green Team hosted a screening of the first part of the documentary, Tomorrow, on Nov. 14 in Diane Moss’ classroom to offer a unique outlook on the environmental issues that affect the planet and the feasible solutions people can implement as a response.

“It is very different compared to other documentaries that shed light on the issue of climate change,” said Green Team officer Natasha Yen (10). “The film uncovers how people on the grassroots level can make a difference in their communities and sends the optimistic message that anyone can – and everyone should – help in the effort to protect our environment.”

The second part of the documentary will be shown during long lunch on Nov. 16 for anyone interested in attending.