Hope you’ve had a good break and are ready to continue the series with a lot of energy, which will be fitting, as that will be precisely what we’ll be talking about next Monday.
On Monday, March 16th, we will watch another two very inspiring documentaries to explore the many aspects of the hot topic of energy. Do we have the technology required to make the changes that seem so desperately needed? If we don’t, what are we waiting for to create it? If we do, what are we waiting for to implement it? What sorts of changes can we make in Canada, in BC, in Squamish?
As a special guest, we’ll have Christopher Studnicki-Gizbert, a geologist and geophysicist who is on the faculty at Quest University. During the last ten years, Chris has dedicated a lot of his attention to energy issues, and he is currently teaching a course titled ‘Energy and Matter’. He is knowledgeable in the field of biofuels, and he will be happy to share his experience with us.
Hope to see you all on Monday. Please continue to spread the word and send these details to your contacts.
A million thanks for your support!
WE ARE ALL IN THE MELTING POT: A Climate Change Movie Series
Every Monday*, February 2nd to March 30th, 2009
7pm at the Squamish Adventure Centre
*except March 9th, break for Wild at Art Festival
Monday, March 16th 2009: Green DO’s! – Energy
What are we doing stuck in ancient times? There’s energy all around us. So why aren’t we taking it? We seem to have the technological capability, but do we lack the philosophical drive? Well, perhaps what we lack is the need… but we’ll get there. In the meantime, we can learn from others that are already way ahead of us, both in drive and need. In Energy for a Developing World and Growing Energy, we travel to India and Brazil in search of what we are missing here!