CLIMATE WARRIORS is a unique cinematic documentary that motivates everybody to become part of the climate warrior movement.
As a passionate fighter for climate transition, Carl-A. Fechner is connecting people from diverse backgrounds on both sides of the Atlantic. The climate warriors are victims of pollution, kid-activists and advocates from different backgrounds wanting to protect the planet. Wars are fought over fossil fuels. With this film, Carl-A shows how human rights can be kept in balance in favor of peace. Activists raise their voices in resistance to lobbyists and inhumane social realities, offering solutions with cutting edge technologies and inspiring activism.
An energy revolution is possible, let’s make it a reality!
A Panel discussion moderated by Bronwyn Major, Community Organizer, Surfer, Activist will take place after the film.
Panelists will include:
Kevin McKeown, City of Santa Monica Councilmember
Andrea Ostenso, Sustainable Cities Associate at Global Green USA
Nalleli Cobo, Founding Member, South Los Angeles Youth Leadership Coalition and Member, STAND LA
This event is FREE for Santa Monica residents, High School and College students and Sustainable Works members! Please reserve your seats at https://climatewarriorsscreening.eventbrite.com.
Not a Santa Monica resident, High School/College student or Sustainable Works member? Purchase tickets at https://www.fandango.com/climate-warriors-215904/movie-times.
Thank you to Optima Energy Inc. for donating Energy Star LED bulbs as give-aways to the first 250 attendees.
And for donating a Nest-E thermostat (Retail Value – $169), a cutting edge smart thermostat that has a wide variety of functions that help to conserve energy and money.
Please arrive by 6:40 to guarantee you get a seat.
Zero Waste Event – Enjoy the concessions, but when finished, please discard in a sustainable manner to minimize waste…ideally ZERO!
Bring Your Reusable Water Bottle! Water provided by City of Santa Monica
Ride don’t drive, if you can.
This event is brought to you by the City of Santa Monica’s Office of Sustainability and the Environment American Cinematheque and Sustainable Works.