Energy film screened at UW-Madison | Environment
A film discussing energy will be screened at the University of Wisconsin Thursday at 2:30 p.m.
Switch, a film about controversial energy questions, explores fracking, nuclear energy, gasoline prices, coal and more, said a press release. Dr. Scott Tinker travels the world to explore various energy sources and speak with leaders in government and industry.
The film will be screened by the Department of Geoscience as part of their Energy Awareness and Efficiency Program.
Switch was directed by Harry Lynch and created by Arcos Films. It will launch at 40 universities across the United States.
The screening at UW will be free and open to the public. For more information about the Switch Energy Project, visit the website here.