Open Neighborhoods and PermaCity host The Climate Reality Project today at the Mar Vista Library (12006 Venice Blvd.) at 5:30pm. The event will feature a free screening of the Sundance Award-winning documentary FUEL, a fast-paced glimpse into our clean energy future.
The film will be followed by a public climate change presentation by LAUSD Science Advisor John Zavalney.
Solar installers and home energy experts will be on hand to share information about rebates, incentives, discounts for solar power and home energy efficiency upgrades.
Complimentary light dinner will be provided by Whole Foods West LA.
WHAT:MAR VISTA CLIMATE REALITY - The Race to 100% Clean Power and How you Can Benefit
WHO:Residents, business owners, green builders, environmental advocates and community leaders.
WHEN:Thursday, March 8, 2012, 5:30pm.
WHERE: Mar Vista Library, 12006 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles
Space is limited and advance registration is required.
SCREENING OF “FUEL”
A fast-paced 35 minute look into our clean energy future. Winner of the Sundance Audience Award. Trailer and more at www.thefuelfilm.com.
CLIMATE CHANGE PRESENTATION
LAUSD Secondary School Science Advisor John Zavalney facilitates a lively discussion highlighting the growing incidence of extreme weather events and their connection to increased greenhouse gas pollution in the atmosphere. More at www.climaterealityproject.org.
GOSOLAR MAR VISTA!
Learn about Mar Vista’s goal of 100% clean electricity, a neighborhood solar group discount of up to 33%, and funding from Google and Clean Power Finance to install solar panels on residential rooftops. FREE rooftop assessment at www.openmarvista.net/gosolar.
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