The Music Institute, Carnegie Hall East Port, Dunfermline, June 5 from 7.30 pm
The team behind the local food experiment The Fife Diet are pleased to be hosting a screening of the film ‘Do The Math’ in Dunfermline on Wedensday 5th June as part of an international screening event over the coming weeks. Produced by the global grassroots movement 350.org, ‘Do The Math’ explores the rising movement to change the terrifying maths of the current climate crisis and challenge the fossil fuels industry.
We’re pleased to be joined by the Director of Friends of the Earth Scotland, Richard Dixon, for a post film discussion on the climate change movement here in Scotland, and what can be done in our local area to tackle this global crisis. In 2012 Fife Diet’s members managed to save the staggering figure of 990.3 Tonnes CO2e, by making changes in the way we consume and source our food. The Fife Diet’s director Mike Small will also be on hand to explain the links between the climate crisis and our industrialised food system – and what you can do about it.
The event starts at 7.30pm in the Music Institute at Carnegie Hall. We’ll be asking for a £3 donation on the door, all of which goes to Friends of the Earth Scotland.
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