Toronto350.org will be hosting two FREE back-to-back screenings of the documentary Do The Math, with an introduction by Bill Mckibben and special guests Elizabeth May and Adria Vasil.
There will be TWO screenings and TWO panel discussions, 5:45pm and 8:15pm. Choose which time works for you!
This is your opportunity to engage with political leader Elizabeth May, learn and ask questions on how you can help Canada develop a comprehensive strategy that unites energy, prosperity, and social justice. dividual items without resolution. Taken together in a grown up conversation, they all fit together.”
Also, talk with "Ecoholic" Adria Vasil about how we as individuals can reduce our carbon footprint in our daily lives.
In addition to connecting with some great individuals in the community ready to take action on climate change, we'll be raffling off some amazing prizes from local sustainable businesses
We'll have lots of amazing raffle prizes like:
• Live Raw food Restaurant – Gift Certificate for dinner for 2
• Pure + simple - Gift Certificate for Facial treatment worth $300!
• Drechsel Business Interiors – Sustainable office chair
• The Kind Exchange : clothing item
• Marni Wassermann – one cooking class
• Nick Chase – Glass Art Set
REGISTER at www.toronto350.org/events/DoTheMath. TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT!
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