Cargill Lecture Theatre, Main Admin Building, University of Lincoln
12th February, 6.30pm
As part of the University’s Go Green Week there’ll be a screening of Trashed. After the film the University’s Environmental Sustainability Manager, Dan Clayton, will talk about waste and answer questions about issues raised in the film.
In this groundbreaking environmental documentary, Academy Award
winner Jeremy Irons explores the world’s most environmentally polluted
places to reveal the extent our rubbish is affecting us and our planet.
In this visually and emotional film which manages to be both horrific and
beautiful, Jeremy takes us on a journey to explore the risks to the food
chain and the environment through the pollution of our air, land and sea
by household trash.
Go Green Week starts this week – launching with a quiz, to find out just how green you are? There’s a week of interesting talks, films, things to make, do, and eat!! Click here for a full list of events and when/ where they’re happening.
To take the quiz follow this link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1icILvcyLA9k7kRec03yyQc3YOsySy70H2E1e19uSWPo/viewform – all correct entries will be in with a chance to win four meal vouchers for the Tower Bar.
For our first environment film of the year the Environment Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) proudly present Living in the Future.
The film follows a community in Wales as they struggle to build their own ecovillage. More details on the film can be found here http://livinginthefuture.org/living-in-the-future-story.php. Following the film Dr Marcin Kolakowski, Senior Lecturer, Lincoln School of Architecture will talk about alternative building methods and take questions from the audience.
When: Wednesday 29th January, 6.30pm
Where: Cargill Lecture Theatre, Main Admin Building, University of Lincoln
This is a FREE event, open to all!