Inundation District

March 21, 2024 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location Smith Hall and Online

Join the Kennedy Library for a screening of Inundation District, a new film exploring the implications of Boston’s  decision to build the Seaport District along its coast at sea level, followed by a panel discussion about the threats of climate change with Joe Christo, Managing Director of the Stone Living Lab, Sanjay Seth, Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor for Climate and Equity in EPA Region 1, and Julie Wormser, Senior Policy Advisor at the Mystic River Watershed Association, moderated by filmmaker and Boston Globe reporter David Abel.

Please note that the film screening will only be available in-person. The post-film conversation will be available for both in-person and virtual attendees, and will begin streaming at approximately 7:20 PM.

Food and drink options will be available for purchase from our JFK Café before this Forum.

The program is made possible in part through the generous support of the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Foundation.



How to Attend

All Forums are free and open to the public. Reservations are strongly recommended, and may be made by clicking the "Register" link on this page, or by calling 617-514-1643. Registration guarantees a seat in the building, but not in the main hall. Doors to the main hall open approximately one hour before the start of each program.

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