Environmental Film Show- Arctic Tale

 
To:               All staff and students
From:           Health, Safety and Environment Office
Date:            29 October 2010
Subject:        Environmental Film Show- Arctic Tale
To promote the general awareness of environmental protection, Health, Safety and Environment Office has arranged a free screening of "Arctic Tale” with the following details:

Date:            12 November 2010 (Friday)
Time:            7:00 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. (Please arrive 15 minutes earlier)
Venue:         Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, PolyU
Language:   English with Chinese subtitles 

Arctic Tale is a 2007 documentary film from the National Geographic Society about the life cycle of a walrusand her calf, and a polar bear and her cubs, in a similar vein to the 2005 hit production March of the Penguins, also from National Geographic. It was directed by Adam Ravetch and Sarah Robertson and is narrated by Queen Latifah. The animal characters named in the movie, "Nanu" the female polar bear and "Seela" the female walrus, are based on composites of animals in their species, as noted at the end of the film.
You are most welcome to attend and prior registration is required. Successful registration will be notified by e-mail. 

Conditions
a)     Only PolyU Full-time students and staff are eligible.
b)    Each PolyU Full-time student or staff can only submit one application for admission. Any duplicated application or late application will not be considered.
c)     Deadline for registration: 5 November 2010, Friday (1:00 p.m.) 


Please follow the steps below for registration
a)    Visit the HSEO website http://www.polyu.edu.hk/hseo/training-news/training-enrollment 
b)    login with your NetID and NetPassword
c)    Fill in the registration form and submit
d)    Logout
e)    As seats are limited, lots will be drawn to determine the successful applicants.
f)     Successful registration will be notified by e-mail on or before 8 November 2010 (Monday). 

If you have any queries, please contact the Health, Safety and Environment Office at tel: 3400-8386 or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.