A convenient screening

Al Gore stands beside a warming planet and is trying to make its inhabitants aware of the consequences of greenhouse gas emissions. His film An Inconvenient Truth will screen in Lismore soon.

Global warming is a reality. The planets climate and its weather patterns are changing. Climate change is the result of human activity since the industrial revolution. Now is the time to act.

This is American ex-vice president Al Gores message in his film An Inconvenient Truth, which will have a special screening at Birch Carroll & Coyles Lismore Cinema on Thursday, October 26, at 6.30pm.

According to Gore (and the vast majority of the worlds scientists) we have maybe 10 years in which to avert major planetary catastrophe. This is beyond politics; this is now a moral issue.

The screening of An Inconvenient Truth is a benefit for the Northern Rivers Greens state election campaign. Be there at 6pm for nibblies and refreshments and have a chat with your Greens candidate for the seat of Lismore, Andy Gough, who sees climate change as the major challenge facing human society on both local and global fronts.

Tickets are $14 and available from Caddies Coffee (6621 7709) in Lismore.

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