Fri, 17 Feb|
Climate Action Hub
Free film screening - The Oil Machine
Film night showing The Oil Machine followed by a discussion lead by James Dyke
Time & Location
17 Feb, 18:30 – 21:00
Climate Action Hub, 40 Bedford Street, Exeter EX1 1GJ, UK
About the event
Are you concerned about recent upheavals in energy security, the cost of living, and our climate?
#TheOilMachine is a new documentary film that looks at how the drama of global climate action is playing out in the fight over North Sea oil.
Join us for a screening of this compelling new film on 17th February at 6:30 at the Climate Action Hub in Exeter.
After the film there will be a discussion of why the end of oil is crucial to all of us and how we can build a resilient future led by Professor James Dyke the climate scientist based at the Global Systems Institute at Exeter University.
Doors open at 6:30 and the film will begin at 6:45. Tickets are free but must be prebooked. We do ask for a small donation on the night if you can afford it.
This will be the first film showing at the Hub, we hope it will become a regular feature.