Speaking Event: Ban California Fracking and Reduce Climate Change
Two Extraordinary Films and a Strategy Session
You are invited to a film and discussion evening for two VERY POWERFUL FILMS, THE SKY IS PINK and DO THE MATH.
The purpose of this Sunrise Center house party is dedicated to educate, inspire, raise funds, and recruit volunteers to stop fracking and prevent catastrophic climate change.
We are co-presenting with Food and Water Watch and 350 Marin.
Our well-informed presenters :
Max Perrey, Assistant, Food and Water Watch - September 4th
Lori Grace, Climate Project presenter, trained with Al Gore
Gary Krane, Activist and fundraiser concerning fracking.
Schedule for the evening: 7pm networking and socializing, 7:30 movies 8:45 discussion 9:00 -9:30 pm at the end of each evening.
Education and Inspiration: Enjoy Two Fabulous films on Fracking and Catastrophic Climate change & What You Can Do to Stop the Madness: The Sky is Pink and Do the Math (see below for details.)
Discussion with knowledgeable presenters: Discuss and ask questions of knowledgeable presenters about what you can do to stop California fracking and reduce climate change. Many different options will be presented from letter writing to volunteering for Food and Water Watch or 350.org. whatever is comfortable to you.
Meet and Collaborate with other people who also care like you.
Decide if you would like to become more involved in these issues, including running a fun house party yourself
The Sky is Pink (18min): deals with how the media and gas companies have distorted the issues around fracking. The Sky is Pink shows how the media together with gas companies made the dangers of fracking appear controversial as opposed to definite. Seeing this film will give you perspective on the methods of manipulating media that all large corporations from the tobacco companies onwards have used to influence legislators and voters.
Do you know that fracking is now going on in Northern California as close as Antioch and Pittsburgh? Contaminated water may be flowing into the San Francisco Bay as you read this announcement.
Do the Math [45min] is a fast-paced and inspiring film about the rising movement to solve the climate crisis. Do the Math brings up the ethical issue of what to do in the light of this reality. 350.org is offering key training in how to encourage individuals and institutions to divest stock from gas and oil corporations and how to participate in demonstrations and rallies.
All money goes to help ban fracking in California and reduce climate change (No one turned away for lack of funds.)