Catalogue Number: WCM000
Producer: Wild Confluence Media
Subject: Canadian Social Studies, Canadian World Studies, Environmental Studies, First Nations Studies, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Science
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: U.S.
Copyright Year: 2018
Running Time: 20
The Tlingit people have called the vibrant coastline of Southeast Alaska home for over 10,000 years and continue to practice a way of life intimately tied to the ocean and the largest remaining temperate rainforest on earth. Now, contamination from industrial mining is threatening the safety of the wild food sources that make Alaska so unique. Irreparable Harm gives powerful voice to the Alaska Native communities and conservation groups standing up to protect the cultural and ecological values that make this magnificent marine ecosystem an irreplaceable treasure.
Official Selection – Wasatch Mountain Film Festival 2018
Official Selection – San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival 2018
BEST SHORT FILM - 2018 Yale Environmental Film Festival
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