Some of the most important figures in wildlife and ecological conservation in China and beyond will be heading to Duke Kunshan University in April to take part in the first Water Towns Environmental Film and Arts Festival.
The event, from April 11 to 14, will screen a host of thought-provoking, independent documentary films – 50 titles in all – and boast a packed program of workshops, talks, fashion shows, art installations and exhibitions, all aimed at raising awareness of global environmental challenges.
Activities will be held over two locations – Duke Kunshan’s campus and the ancient Jinxi water town – and a key topic this year will be plastic pollution, its effects on our oceans and the food chain.
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