Set against the backdrop of a heated national debate on captive big cats in America, THE CONSERVATION GAME follows the story of Tim Harrison, a retired cop who makes a bombshell discovery while undercover at an exotic animal auction. He starts to suspect that America’s top television celebrity conservationists may be secretly connected to the exotic pet trade. What follows is a high-stakes game of cat and mouse, filled with lies, deception, and coverups.
Film screening, followed by discussion with film director Michael Webber, Tim Harrison, and Carney Anne Nasser. Moderated by Chris Green, Executive Director, Harvard Animal Law & Policy Program.
*Attendance is limited to Harvard University affiliates only*