Come and enjoy stories of local businesses taking action to address climate change, and Damon Gameau's short documentary 'The Regeneration'
Join us for a free night at the movies! Be inspired by the stories of local businesses and organisations who are installing solar, batteries and switching to renewable energy. You will hear from: the Islamic Museum of Australia, Moon Dog, Ierac-i, Exquisine, A Little Light, Show Works, Charles Sandford & McKay Joinery, Outer Circle Social Club, Use-ta, TekMed, EnviroShop and Aboriginal Advancement League. We will also be playing Damon Gameau's 17 minute documentary 'The Regeneration', which explores what Australia looks like in 2030 after we transition to a fairer, cleaner, more community focused economy. To end, we will enjoy some delicious food from Free to Feed, with time for conversations and connection.
Emma has worked with local businesses in Darebin's Sustainable Business team for over 13 years, helping them reduce energy, CO2 emissions and waste, whilst at the same time building their resilience and business.
This event will feature a short film produced by Far Flung Films on the Islamic Museum of Australia, Moon Dog, Ierac-i, Exquisine, A Little Light, Show Works, Charles Sandford & McKay Joinery, Outer Circle Social Club, Use-ta, TekMed, EnviroShop and Aboriginal Advancement League, and their steps towards renewable energy. It will also feature Damon Gameau's Regenerating Australia documentary.
Damon Gameau, the Australian award-winning director of 2040 and That Sugar Film will have his latest film, Regenerating Australia played at this event.
|CITY OF DAREBIN||
City of Darebin was the first government to declare a climate emergency and continues to actively work with our community to reduce C02 emissions and take climate action.
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|Event is free and bookings are required||21 March - 6-8pm|