Film screening & panel discussion: what can we do about climate change? – Wednesday 16 July

Climate change has been called “the defining issue of our generation”, but for many people it seems too big, too difficult or too far off to address in their everyday lives.

On Wednesday 16 July,

Kāpiti residents will have an opportunity to hear from a panel of experts who grapple with the issue of climate change daily

when they offer their responses to the burning question,

“What can be done to address climate change, individually and locally?”.

You’re invited to this event hosted by Kāpiti climate change group, Keep a Cool World. With Veronika Meduna, Radio New Zealand’s ‘voice of science’ chairing, you can sure the discussion will be both insightful and challenging.
The evening will begin with a screening of ‘Thin Ice: the inside story of climate science’, a documentary co-produced by Victoria and Oxford universities. Receiving several awards at environmental film festivals in 2013 and 2014, this film takes a look at what’s really happening with global warming by filming scientists at work in the Arctic, the Antarctic and around the world. The result is described as “a unique exploration of the science behind global warming and an intimate portrait of a global community of researchers racing to understand our planet’s changing climate”.

‘Thin Ice’ film screening & panel discussion, Kapiti College hall, Margaret Rd, Raumati Beach, Wednesday 16 July, 7pm. Gold coin donation appreciated.

Please pass this invitation on to your friends, families and colleagues.


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