Ealing Transition will host a showing of ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’ next Sunday, 4th February.
A decade after ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, this follow-up shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution. Cameras follow former US Vice President Al Gore as he travels the world training climate champions and influencing international climate policy.
The showing of ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ will be followed by discussion and refreshments. The event will be held at St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Road, Ealing, W5 5RH. Entry is free but donations to help cover costs are welcome.
Ealing Transition and Ealing Friends of the Earth will be showing Disruption, a film about climate change and the climate-change movement, on February 15th at 7.30pm at St. Mary’s Church in Ealing. The film brings together commentary on the subject as well as behind-the-scenes footage of the efforts to organize last September’s People’s Climate March. The film lasts 52 minutes and will be followed by a short talk by Claire James from Ealing Friends of the Earth, focusing on 2015 as a key year for the climate movement.
The event takes place at St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Road, Ealing, W5 5RH. Entry is free, but donations will be solicited after the film to help cover costs. See also http://ealingtransition.org.uk/2015/02/01/sunday-15th-february-730pm-climate-change-event/
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