Virtual screening & discussion looks at Earth’s potentially grim future
Local nonprofit Gallatin Valley Earth Day has announced a virtual screening and discussion of the timely film, 2040. The online event will stream on Monday, October 5th at 7pm. It is co-sponsored by the City of Bozeman and Dee-O-Gee.
Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embrace the best solutions that exist today. After the film, learn more about the City of Bozeman’s draft Climate Plan and how to submit your comments. In addition, learn about the Bozeman High School Solar Schools Club’s efforts to put solar panels on our schools and how you can donate.
This online event is FREE and open to the public. Find registration details at www.gallatinvalleyearthday.org, where you can also find more information about the nonprofit’s eco-friendly efforts in Bozeman and beyond.
Gallatin Valley Earth Day encourages local citizen action to help protect our planet from right here in the Gallatin Valley. The group came together in creation of a Bozeman festival that celebrates this vital work. Though the 50th anniversary Earth Day celebration also surrendered to COVID, the mission continues. Learn more by visiting the aforementioned website. •