Eco-Film Series: The Future of Energy
Thursday June 8, 7-9pmFilm Length: 76min
Venue: Film.Ca Cinemas - 171 Speers Rd.
Admission: $5/Adult $2/Student
The Future of Energy journeys across America to shine a light on the communities and individuals who are at the forefront of the clean energy revolution, taking practical steps to transition from fossil fuels to renewable power.
Solar, wind and water could power the planet by the year 2050, according to experts in the film, substantially reducing carbon emissions. What’s needed is the social and political willpower to make the change on a large scale.
Two model towns are highlighted for their exemplary steps towards clean energy: Greensburg, Kansas, and Lancaster, California.
After a devastating tornado in 2007, the town of Greensburg decided to rebuild and “go green” with 100% renewables, harnessing the very energy that destroyed them by building wind turbines. A local politician admits that many residents were skeptical at first, but soon realized “It’s common sense.”
Watch the trailer here!
Advanced tickets are available online through EventBrite
***Special guest speakers***
10 year old Will is going to share his speech about climate change, & someone from SolarShare will speak about their green bonds
Event sponsored by SolarShare and Film.Ca Cinemas.