Documentary Film: Fairytales of Growth

Presented By: Amazing Earthfest

Topic: Worldwide Systemic Change.

Date: Saturday, November 21, 2020.

Time: Watch the film no later than 11:00 AM MST*- please note the time zone– (55 minutes) You will need to register below to receive a link to see the film.

The effects of climate change and the risks to present and future generations are compelling young people the world round to call for radical systemic change as the only solution to avoid a catastrophic collapse.

Fairytales of Growth examines the role economic growth has had in bringing about this crisis, and explores alternatives to it, offering a vision of hope for the future and a better life for all within finite planetary boundaries.

After the film, beginning at 12:00 PM MST join film maker Pierre Smith Khanna for an Amazing Earthfest audience discussion on Zoom about the creation of the film and the significance of the worldwide climate movement, most recently energized by Swedish student activist, Greta Thunberg.

 

Please register below for this event to receive the links for the film and the post-film discussion:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_plOrEhQ-RJWH_RtnGFD_hw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the discussion.

 

Our festival is made possible through your tax-deductible contributions.  We need your support! 

Please consider making a one-time $20 donation when you register to attend.



For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Rich Csenge, Earthfest Founding Director

Event Contact Phone: 435-644-3735

Event Contact Email: rich@amazingearthfest.org

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