Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 12:00 to 13:00


Join award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker, Marina Dodis, to dive deep into iconic imagery depicting the climate emergency. 

Photographers and photojournalists have kept us on the edge of our seats for decades as the climate emergency has evolved from “warming” to “crisis” to “boiling point”. In this visual guest lecture, award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker Marina Dodis will talk us through some of the iconic imagery of the climate emergency so far, with a candid look at their backstory. Join us for a fascinating talk as we discover who is in the picture, who isn’t, and why any of this matters.

Wednesday, February, 14
12pm - 1pm

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Presented by the UBC Sustainability Hub.

This event is part of Climate Emergency Week at UBC, which seeks to convene and energize communities of climate action at UBC. Join our events, workshops and activities during Feb 12-16, and take collective action for justice, people, and the planet.


Marina Dodis is a documentary filmmaker with an extensive background in commercial and editorial photography. She has made or contributed to a dozen short films.  She has travelled to over 20 countries, immersing herself in diverse cultures and social justice issues. 

Image credit: Dmitry Kokh