Get together with Sustainable Neighbourhood volunteers and other community members to celebrate National Volunteer Week with a screening of Going Circular.
Going Circular is a film about hope from the producers of My Octopus Teacher. It tells the stories of four visionaries – 102-year-old inventor Dr. James Lovelock, biomimicry biologist Janine Benyus, designer Arthur Huang, and financier John Fullerton–whose extraordinary experiences change the way we think about humanity’s future.
Each of their stories helps us reassess what our food, our cities, our financial system and our fashion industry could look like if we transitioned to a circular system where everything is reused and nothing goes to waste.
Please arrive by 5.50pm to be seated. The screening will start promptly and run for 86min. There will be a short intermission.
Tickets are just $10 to help us cover screening costs.
A light supper will be provided. Please advise of dietary requirements when booking.
Bookings essential by 15 May.
Presented by the Warners Bay Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Group, and the Munibung Hill Conservation Society, with support from the Sustainable Neighbourhood Alliance and Lake Macquarie City Council.