The School of Environment and Natural Resources and the Office of Energy and Environment are hosting the Environmental Film Series. Each film is screened at 7 p.m. in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering & Chemistry Room 130 (Columbus).
Tonight, the Environmental Film Series continues in 130 CBEC with Toxic Puzzle. Featuring Ohio’s own Lake Erie and Grand Lake, and sites worldwide, this 2018 Harrison Ford-narrated film connects ALS and other diseases to the toxins often released from nutrient runoff-driven Harmful Algal Blooms such as those shutting down the Toledo water supply in 2014. Discussion led by Adam Quick, MD, OSU Wexner Medical Center, ALS neurologist and Teresa Long, MD, retired Columbus Health Commissioner now with OSU College of Public Health.
Click here for further details on tonight’s screening as well as the upcoming films in the series.