2040 online documentary screening for World Environment Day

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In celebration of World Environment Day, Council is hosting a special online screening of the documentary 2040 on Friday 5 June at 7.30pm.

This film is an uplifting look at the current technologies communities across the globe are implementing to combat climate change. 

Australian filmmaker, Damon Gameau (from the award winning documentary That Sugar Film) travels the world meeting with innovators and changemakers in many fields to draw on their expertise and discover more about the world his daughter will inherit in 2040

This film is G rated and family friendly. You can watch the official 2040 trailer here.

Accessing the screening

We invite residents within the City of Maribyrnong to be part of this mass screening.

Tickets for the screening are limited and bookings are essential, so please register your interest and complete the registration form.

Residents unable to take part in the screening can access the film and watch it at their convenience by logging into or creating a library membership.

Please note: registrations will close 5pm on Wednesday 3 June.

Further information

The day of the screening is World Environment Day, a United Nations' day which encourages awareness and action to protect our environment. This year's theme is biodiversity. To find out more about World Environment Day and what you can practically do to help biodiversity, head to the World Environment Day website.

In 2019, Council acknowledged a state of Climate Emergency, and invited community members to join a Climate Emergency Advisory Group to develop a Climate Emergency Action plan with Council. To be part of Council’s climate emergency journey, follow Sustainable Living Maribyrnong on Facebook and sign up to our newsletters (Sustainable Living Maribyrnong and My Smart Garden) at Our Environment.

When

  • Friday, 05 June 2020 | 07:30 PM - 09:00 PM

Location

This is an online event for residents of the City of Maribyrnong. Registrations are essential.