What if We Could Control Clouds?
The documentary film How to Kill a Cloud by Tuija Halttunen shows a Finnish scientist trying to produce rain in the desert of the United Arab Emirates.
Hannele Korhonen has taken on the ambitious challenge of irrigating the arid region – and this involves, in other words, the killing of clouds. “How to Kill a Cloud” describes the ethical dilemmas associated with a climate engineering project undertaken in a world of complex political and social dislocations.
This event has been inspired by questions from the general public regarding climate change, geoengineering, scientific understanding and global justice. A total of 14.000 questions were submitted this year to the science and research community as part of the Year of Science thread ”Participate!”. #Meine Frage für die Wissenschaft.
Find all questions at https://www.wissenschaftsjahr.de/2022/fragen
PUBLIC FILM SCREENING AT FUTURIUM. PLEASE REGISTER.
This is an in-person event. Admission is free. If you would like to attend, please book your spot here. Any remaining tickets will be available at the box office.
Registration involves a two-step process. After entering your personal data, you’ll receive an email with a confirmation link that will be active for 30 minutes. Your online registration will only be complete once you’ve clicked on this link to confirm your participation.
ACCESSIBILITY: Futurium is a wheelchair-accessible venue. An induction loop system is available.
We’ll keep seats free for those of you who wish to sit close to the stage because of your visual impairment. Spaces without seats will be available for wheelchair users. Participants may bring their own beverages.
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