Meet the Moment: (Re)Imagining the Future


Date and Time:

Wednesday, January 12, 2022, 1:00pm to 2:00pm


As part of our Redford Center Stories initiative, Meet the Moment brings together filmmakers, educators, youth activists, and organizations working on the frontlines of change, for a series of live conversations to energize, amplify and impact solutions for environmental justice and regeneration.

Join us on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, from 10:00 - 11:00 PT (Pacific Time), for our second Meet the Moment event! As a part of our Redford Center Stories program, don't miss this wonderful opportunity for you and your students to connect with our panelists, including filmmaker Alizé Carrère, curator from the California Academy of Sciences Mike Schmitt, and more!

MEET THE MOMENT: (Re)Imagining the Future

January 12, 2022 

10:00 - 11:00 PT (PACIFIC TIME)

What do you envision for the future of our world and our environment? Meet the Moment: (Re)Imagining the Future will feature four panelists who are addressing this question in their work, whether it’s examining how communities around the world are addressing the impacts of climate change, how we can reimagine our cities to be more green, or what we can do to mitigate the worst impacts of the climate crisis on our flora and fauna. We invite you to explore with us the wealth of hopeful possibilities that exist in envisioning our future on this planet.

Register now using the link below!

Redford Center Stories is a go-to resource for educators, after school and out-of-school program leaders, youth development organizations, and homeschooling parents interested in leveraging the power of storytelling and film to support young people in learning about the environment. 

The program features a free, flexible, film-based curriculum, a series of virtual workshops and events, and an inclusive learning community designed to actively engage our youth in the environmental justice movement. Now, for the first year ever, Redford Center Stories is also open to high school students!

ABOUT THE REDFORD CENTER: Co-founded in 2005 by Robert Redford and his son James Redford, The Redford Center uses the power of storytelling to galvanize environmental justice and regeneration. Its cross-cutting programs support environmental storytellers and invest in impact-driven narrative strategies. By amplifying and changing the conversations around environmentalism, The Redford Center aims to engage a much broader and more diverse population in the movement. It has produced three award-winning feature documentaries and 30+ short films, supported 75+ film and media projects with grants and other services, inspired 400+ student films, and dispersed more than $8 million to fiscally sponsored projects. Redford Center film impact campaigns have halted the construction of dirty coal plants, reconnected the Colorado River to the Sea of Cortez, and helped accelerate the clean energy revolution in America. For more information, visit


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