On March 20th Sundance Award-Winning film A River Changes Course will be brought to the diverse city of Toronto as we link Canada to Cambodia in a unique and innovative way! Shown at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, hosted by ET Canada's Rick Campanelli, with a Q & A with Director Kalyanee Mam, this will be a spectacular evening.
Tickets available at: speroway.com/ariverchangescourse
This documentary intimately captures the stories of three families living in Cambodia as they strive to maintain their traditional ways of life amid rapid development and environmental degradation. Hosted by Speroway in support of the Agriculture Development and Livelihoods Project.
Earth Hour – an hour that brings people of all ages and backgrounds around the world together to sound a clear call-to-action for our most pressing global challenge: climate change. Switching off the lights for an hour lets take the time to turn on the inner scanners and ask ourselves some tough questions about the world we live in? Off all things we could do for the environment – what is the most effective?
Global warming, melting polar caps, disappearing species, depleting ozone, receding rainforests and fast growing deserts – which problem should we deal with first ? Will we find the answer to these questions at conferences and seminars discussing strategies to reduce emission or change environmental law or do we have to look deeper and closer than that.