CVSN showing clean energy documentary Thursday

The Future of Energy - Lateral Power to the People to show at Stan Hagen Theatre

Comox Valley residents are invited to join the Comox Valley Sustainability Network and Sierra Club BC at the Stan Hagen Theatre in Courtenay at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 23, for a night of networking and information sharing.

The Future is Here event is a part of the Sierra Club BC’s province-wide tour showcasing the award-winning documentary The Future of Energy – Lateral Power to the People, which focuses on the clean energy revolution happening right now all across North America.

Find out how you can diminish your carbon footprint and reduce your monthly energy costs by participating in the panel discussion following the screening of the film.

Hosted by Sierra Club BC’s Energy and Climate campaigner, Larissa Stendie, special guest speakers will include Cristi Sacht, Certified Enery Advisor (CEA) – Through Natural Resources Canada, Michael Zbarsky, Manager of Transit and Sustainability Comox Valley Regional District, Mark Tizya, Owner of Novo Solar Systems, and Jessie Lightburn of the Comox Valley Sustainability Network.

Doors open at 6. Admission is by donation.

For more information go to CVSN.ca

 

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