Clean North and Sault College’s Peace and Conflict Studies Program are sponsoring a free screening of the National Film Board of Canada’s inspirational film Earth Keepers at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13 in the Multi Media Lab B1170 at Sault College (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.).
This 82-minute film chronicles the quest of young Quebecois Mikael Rioux to find concrete solutions to the problems our planet faces. Driven by his passionate concern for the world his young son will inherit, Mikael travels the world to track down innovative projects developed by several planetary visionaries. The visionaries offer concrete solutions to a number of ecological problems. Those he meets provide a survival guide for our planet and source of hope for our future. These “earth keepers” include Christian de Laet, John Todd and Nancy Jack Todd, Ashok Khosla, Peter Koenig, Dr Karl-Henrik Robert, Marilyn Mehlmann, and Wangari Maathai.
Afterwards those who wish to stay can join us in a facilitated discussion of the film.
Free parking is available in the Northern Avenue Lot.
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