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Join us for a special screening of "Ahead of the Tide" and "Facing the Surge" These are two documentaries about sea level rise and resiliency that you don't want to miss! "Ahead of the Tide" is very Florida specific with lots of amazing subject matter experts from throughout the State and "Facing the Surge" is about advocacy and what we can do to affect change.
Two other reasons to attend this screening:
- Yummy Food -- You get awesome food with your attendance.
- Meet like-minded people and experts in your community
The 2018 Green Movies That Matters Series is brought to you by U.S. Green Building Council Florida Myakka River Branch, Transition Sarasota, City of Sarasota Ready for 100% Clean Renewable Energy for All, and Solutions to Avoid Red Tide.
HUGE thank you to our Needle Moving Series Sponsors: Albert Wooster & Co., Brilliant Harvest, Carlson Studio Architecture, MGB Built, Mirabella and Willis Smith Construction
TIME & LOCATION
Friday, May 25, 2018
6-7 PM Social/Food (we're talking super yummy food, folks!)
7-9 PM Movie/Discussion
Added benefit: Meeting like-minded people & experts on the topic of the evening
Unitarian Universalist Church
3975 Fruitville Road
Sarasota, FL 34232
Ahead of the TideAhead of the Tide is a short film highlighting the effects of sea level rise and climate change through the stories and voices of local Floridians. Each showcases various aspects concerning sea level rise and includes interviews with scientists, engineers, politicians, conservation directors, educators, authors, activists.
Facing the Surge
Facing the Surge documents the tangible costs of sea level rise for the people of Norfolk, VA. Norfolk is home to the largest naval base in the country and to thousands of hard-working Americans struggling to adapt to the rising tides and an uncertain future. But Facing the Surge is not a film about loss and inaction. It tells the stories of citizens from across the United States as they step forward to raise awareness and push their government to solve climate change.
COST & REGISTRATION
Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door (proceeds benefit four local sustainability nonprofits). Walk-ups welcome yet pre-registration really helps us avoid food waste and other planning logistics!
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