As part of his national tour, award-winning director Josh Fox (GASLAND) returns to Pittsburgh to present his new movie:
How to Let Go of the World
...and Love all the Things Climate Can’t Change
Activist Tim DeChristopher (a.k.a. Bidder 70), who appears in the film, will also be with us for discussion.
In the film, Josh Fox uses his deeply personal style to investigate the greatest threat our planet has ever known - climate change. After traveling to 12 countries on 6 continents, Fox asks, "What is it that climate change can't destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?"
7 p.m at the Carnegie Lecture Hall (behind the main branch Carnegie Library in Oakland; doors are around to the right of the main library entrance. The film will be followed by a Q & A session with director Josh Fox. You can view the trailer on Vimeo, and get your free tickets here. Admittance is free, but donations will be appreciated (as will RSVPs). The Lecture Hall is fully ADA compliant.
Co-sponsors include Pittsburgh 350, Allegheny County Clean Air Now, Clean Rivers Campaign, Clean Water Action, Divest Pittsburgh, Fight For $15, Fossil Free Pitt Coalition, GASP, Marcellus Outreach Butler, MarcellusProtest, Mom's Clean Air Force, PennEnvironment, Sierra Club-Allegheny Group, Three Rivers Rising Tide, Thomas Merton Center