climate changeThe Georgian Bluffs Climate Action Team (GBCAT) is hosting an online facilitated discussion about what you can do about climate change on May 27 at 7:00 pm. This is a free event. Liz Zetlin, filmmaker of the new documentary film “Resilience: Transforming Our Community, will introduce the session, and the discussion will be facilitated by Marilyn Struthers.

The film is a different kind of climate change film. It makes the global climate crisis a personal issue, right here in our own backyard. The film’s main message is “let’s talk about it” and offers solutions at the individual, community and municipal levels. If we work together right now it might just be enough, to save the planet as we know it.

Participants are asked to watch the 55 minute Resilience film in their own time within 24 hours prior to the online discussion so that the information presented is still fresh in their minds. The You Tube link to the film is:

Use the following link to register. You will then be on the list to receive the link by email to the Zoom online meeting on May 27.

This is a free event. The Georgian Bluffs Climate Action Team is a recently formed group of residents of Georgian Bluffs who are concerned about important climate change issues such as how to reduce carbon footprints and minimize waste.

source: media release, Georgian Bluffs Climate Action Team




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