Posts tagged ‘film’

Screening of ‘2040’ film at Brunswick Town Hall

Moreland Screening of 2040 film

Climate change is a dangerous threat to earth’s people, plants and animals.

WHAT’S YOUR 2040?

Moreland Council has a goal and vision for a zero carbon Moreland by 2040. Everyone needs to get involved to help make this vision a reality!

You’re invited to this special screening of the innovative film 2040 by award winning filmmaker Damon Gameau at the Brunswick Town Hall.

When: Sunday 8 September, 2019. 2pm for 3pm film start
Where: Brunswick Town Hall, Sydney Road.

(more…)

August 19, 2019 at 4:37 pm Leave a comment

Film Screening: ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’ followed by discussion

Al Gore presenting at COP23 in Bonn

There is a Free screening of Al Gore’s latest movie ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’ being hosted by Moreland Energy Foundation (MEFL) and Climate Action Moreland, as part of the National Sustainable Living Festival 2018, on Wednesday 21st February 2018.

Come along to watch the film, get an understanding of the climate science and solutions, and what needs to be done by government, business and all of us as individuals.
(more…)

January 29, 2018 at 4:21 pm Leave a comment

“This Changes Everything” film screenings lead into People’s Climate March

By David Spratt

More than 70 organisations have now endorsed what is planned to be Melbourne’s biggest ever climate action event on 27 November, just before international climate talks commence in Paris. And leading in to the event, screenings of the film of Naomi Klein’s book, The Changes Everything will commence in late October. In Melbourne there are screenings planned for October 19, 21, 27, 28 and November 2 and 4. Check out screening details.

This Changes Everything_STEPH

Filmed in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything re-imagines the vast challenge of climate change and presents seven powerful portraits of communities on the front lines, from Montana’s Powder River Basin to the Alberta Tar Sands, from the coast of South India to Beijing and beyond.

The Melbourne People’s Climate March will be the biggest climate action event in Melbourne’s history, so put it in your diary now:  The March will be held at 5.30pm on Friday 27 November, starting at the State Library, cnr Swanston and Latrobe Streets. Check out Facebook event, and please invite your friends.

pcm-fb-melb-revised-logo-784-px

The City of Moreland has become first local government to endorse the march, thanks to work by Climate Action Moreland and Cr Sue Bolton. And as well as seven Victorian unions, the ACTU, the Victorian Trades Hall Council and Geelong Trades Hall are now supporting the Melbourne People’s Climate March. The March also welcomes as partners the Moreland Energy Foundation, the Alternate Technology Association, the Kurdish Association of Victoria and the Melbourne Eritrean United Community.

On the weekend of 27­-29 November, as world leaders arrive in Paris for the UN climate summit, people will take to the streets in hundreds of major cities around the globe as part of the largest climate mobilisation ever: the People’s Climate March. In Melbourne, a broad and diverse coalition will express the huge public support for real action on climate, hold our political leaders to account and build on existing campaigns to strengthen our movement for the longer term.

October 6, 2015 at 4:00 pm Leave a comment


Share

What Lies Beneath

Read David Spratt’s What Lies beneath:
Spratt-What Lies beneath-cover

Elephant in the Sky

New report on Aviation emissions and Australia, The Elephant in the Sky:
Carter-The-Elephant-in-the-Sky-cover

Climate Reality Check

Read David Spratt's Climate Reality Check:
20160316-Spratt-After-Paris-counting-the-cost-cover

Climate Emergency petition

Santiago, Chile COP25

UNFCCC climate conferenceDecember 2nd, 2019
70 days to go.

Follow Climate Action Moreland on Twitter

This is the current C02 in our atmosphere. We need to get it below 350 for a safe climate.

Current CO2 concentration in the atmosphere

Archives

Visitors to this site