350 West Georgia St.
Vancouver, British Columbia

Is global warming a global emergency? Are there energy alternatives to fossil fuels? Get answers at Big Oil Night, the first night of the 2 Degrees Climate Crisis Film Festival, a free event presented by the Vancouver Public Library and the Sierra Club.

Join top energy expert Dr. Mark Jaccard (Professor, SFU School of Resource and Environmental Management) as he comments on the evening's two films and provides additional insight into the global energy and climate situation. It's sure to be a stimulating and controversial discussion!

Out of Balance: A critique of the oil industry's funding of science and advocacy groups that confuse and discredit the issue of global warming.

The Day the Water Died: The story of the Alaskans who are fighting to repair the Prince William Sound after the Exxon Valdez disaster and their quest for reparation

Alma VanDusen & Peter Kaye Room
Central Library, 350 W. Georgia Street

For further information about additional Climate Crisis Film Festival events, films, or speakers, please see our website or call the library's Science and Business Division at 604-331-3624.

Official Website: http://www.vpl.ca/climatefilmfestival/

Added by allison_sci on February 4, 2007