Films 4 Change Feb 21 screening – Tomorrow (Demain)

Posted on February 15th, 2017 in Uncategorized by Angie Bucu

The next instalment is the movie “Tomorrow” (French: Demain/ Chinese: “自己地球自己救”). Visit us on facebook here.

In English, French and English subtitles

Tomorrow provides a comprehensive look at ways in which activists, organizers and everyday citizens are trying to make the world a better, greener, more sustainable place. This film documents how today’s actions contribute to the change of our tomorrow world. Ecological rights advocate, Cyril Dion and actress-filmmaker Melanie Laurent, together with a team of four, travel to ten countries to investigate how the problems evolved and how to avoid them.
During their journey, they met the pioneers who are re-inventing agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education and begin to figure out what could be tomorrow’s world…

The film is organized into five topics: 1) Agriculture 2) Energy 3) Economy 4) Democracy 5) Education. It provides a comprehensive look at how people from all walks of life including farmers, teachers, researchers, and citizens can contribute to the solution in creating a greener and more sustainable planet with limited but significant effort. This is a mind provoking documentary inspiring us to become responsible citizens and work to save our planet.

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We will be joined by Benita Chick from Earthwatch after the film screening, at 21h30. Benita will share with us some details on Earthwatch’s action in Hong Kon…g and their Freshwater Watch program which illustrate the purpose of “Tomorrow”: how we can all get involved in local issues at any level and how communities can take matters into their own hands, rather than relying on governments or corporations to take action.

Our speaker
As Regional Manager of Earthwatch based in Hong Kong, Benita Chick oversees Earthwatch’s scientific research and engagement programs and activities in the Asia Pacific region, and manages regional relationships with corporate partners and scientists.
She is actively involved with a variety of environmental education projects.

About Earthwatch
Earthwatch is an international environmental charity founded in 1971, with scientific field research projects all over the world.
Together with volunteers from all fields of the society, Earthwatch conducts vital research into climate change, ecosystem services, ocean health and cultural heritage by supporting scientific research conducted by leading scientists from a range of disciplines. The results form the necessary basis for future decisions about the environment.

Films 4 Change Movie Nights in DB is a monthly event showcasing documentary films with important and relevant themes on the environment, sustainability and health. You can visit our page on facebook for more information about upcoming screenings.

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