Paris to Pittsburgh

PRESENTED BY: Mt Baker Meaningful Movies
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6:30 PM, Thursday, March 28, 2019
Location: Mt Baker (click for map)

From coastal cities to our country’s heartland, this National Geographic documentary celebrates how people are demanding and developing real solutions to the climate emergency. As the weather grows more deadly and destructive, many of us aren’t waiting on Washington, D.C. to act.

Set against the national debate over the United States’ energy future — and the explosive decision to exit the Paris Climate Agreement — “Paris to Pittsburgh” captures what’s at stake for communities around the country and the inspiring ways Americans are responding.

Mount Baker Meaningful Movies is screening this award winning documentary at the Mt. Baker Community Clubhouse, at 2811 Mt. Rainier Drive South on Thursday, March 28th at 6:30 pm. Doors open at 6:00 pm.

After the film, there will be expert speakers to answer questions and offer practical policy solutions, including Jamie Margolin who is a national youth leader in the climate movement. The South Seattle Climate Action Network and other local groups will also provide information tables with opportunities for action. Co-sponsors include the Mt. Baker Community Club & Sunrise Movement members.

As always, no tickets are required; donations gratefully accepted to cover the costs of screening. For more information, go to admin@southseattleclimate.org or MeaningfulMovies.org

Special Guests: Jamie Margolin, national youth leaders in the climate movement.

Sponsors: Mt Baker Community Club Sunrise Movement South Seattle Climate Action Network Zero Hour

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2147277702004144/

Release Year: 2018

Running Time: 60 minutes

Director: Sidney Beaumont and Micheal Bonfiglio

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