Local Lives Global Matters, 16-18 October 2015
MASG Panel: Zero Net Emissions for 2025
MASG will be hosting a panel on Friday 16th October 4.50-5.50pm at the Uniting Church Hall, discussing a 2025 Zero Net Emissions Target for the Shire.
MASG will present its vision for possible pathways to achieving a goal of zero net emissions by 2025, through introducing the use of the Blue Economy and identifying the following target areas:
• Identify totality of potential energy resources in shire
• Encourage energy efficiency
• Waste Reduction
• Respond and innovate
This target can only be achieved together and across industries, sectors and organisations, and MASG will be inviting ideas and input from the floor.
Panel members are:
David Woodgrove, Deane Bellfield, Terry White, Taryn Lane, Geoff Lodge, Mick Lewin, Sue Bolton (Moreland City Council).
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Free Tickets for 'Black Hole' Film Screening: Saturday 17th October, Theatre Royal
MASG has 2 free tickets to giveaway to 'Black Hole' screening as part of the Local Lives Global Matters Conference. We will hand them over to the first person to email email@example.com
with their 3 favourite ways to reduce Carbon Emissions!
'The film is a riveting wake-up on the vast and greedy forces overrunning Earth's ability to cope.Every Australian should see this film...'
- Bob Brown -
Set against the backdrop of an ever increasing thirst for fossil fuels by the extractive industry and the Australian government. Black Hole is an intensely riveting exposé of the ongoing battle to save the last of an endangered woodland forest from being cleared to make way for the most controversial largest open cut coal mine in production in Australia.
See the trailer here
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