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Movie Night - e2 energy (Paving the Way episode)

Start out the New Year by joining Transition Venice for Movie Night! We will will show one episode of e2 energy, a critically acclaimed, multipart PBS series about the innovators and pioneers who envision a better quality of life on earth: socially, culturally, economically, and ecologically. Episode 3, Paving the Way, shows how "In America alone, nearly 70% of oil is consumed by the cars we drive. Episode 3 is 30 minutes which leaves us plenty of time for audience discussion. (Paving the Way trailer) Increase your awareness, share, and learn attainable solutions on Tuesday, January 14, 6-8pm, in the large Meeting Room at the Venice Public Library, 300 Nokomis Ave., South, Venice. For more information email [masked] or call[masked]-5431.

Be the Change that Empowers!

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  • Janet R.

    I enjoyed the enlighting discussion.

    January 15, 2014

  • Diane C.

    The showing of e2 energy, Paving the Way, was enlightening and the lively discussion afterwards made us all think about alternatives to lessen our continual dependence on fossil fuels. Why not consider car-pooling, public transportation, a smaller more fuel efficient hybrid or electric vehicle, or better yet a solar powered bicycle, and walking? We were reminded that as a society we are truly spoiled and that by taking energy supplies for granted, we are rapidly depleting finite natural resources. Change is important and it begins with each one of us doing less bad until we can do better, researching and learning alternatives, then choosing to make a difference. Be the "Change That Empowers."

    January 15, 2014

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