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The largest environmental film festival just went virtual
by Ashia Ajani
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26 March 2020
On 26 March 2020 Sierra reported:
The Washington DC Environmental Film Festival (DCEFF) is the largest of its kind in the world. The films available for viewing cover a wide range of environmental issues and the opportunities for learning are almost endless. Curious about efforts to preserve the genetic health of coral reefs? Check out Spawning Hope. Or watch Honeyland, which explores the ancient art of wild beekeeping in northern Macedonia.
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