The film ‘Climate Changers’ follows Australian scientist and conservationist Tim Flannery in his global search for leadership on climate change.
“The screening is part of a national event on September 17th, which will see audiences at more than 30 cinemas across the country watch the film together and join a live-streamed Q&A moderated by actor and climate advocate Yael Stone (actor and climate advocate, Orange is the New Black) with the following panel:
* Professor Tim Flannery, Chief Councillor of the Climate Council
* Dr Saul Griffith, co-founder of Rewiring Australia
* Kavita Naidu international human rights lawyer and activist.”
Tickets and details for the event can be found here (link).
“Climate Changers offers a blueprint for effective climate leadership. It charts the different qualities, challenges and triumphs of diverse leaders around the world working at both grassroots and systems levels to create change.
“We hope the film can be a useful tool to engage the community, spark deep conversations about climate action and inspire people from all walks of life to exercise everyday leadership on this monumental issue.
WHEN: 5.30pm Sunday September 17
WHERE: The Regent Cinema, Murwillumbah, 5 Brisbane Street Murwillumbah NSW 2484
TICKETS: Book here.
Climate Changers is presented by Antidote Films and Documentary Australia’s Environmental Accelerator, with support from Intrepid Travel.
The national Q&A event is presented by Future Super, with the Climate Council as a key impact partner.”