Films run by the student environmental society, LTB 9 @ 7pm and OPEN TO ALL. More info environmentEssex@gmail.com
or Facebook: Environment Society - University of Essex
24/02 Escape from Affluenza
A solution based film to escape consumerism and overconsumption.
03/03 Our daily bread
The film looks without commenting at the world of industrial food production and high-tech farming!
10/03 The Cove
A documentary that describes the annual dolphin hunting operationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolphin in a Quasi-National Park at Taiji, Wakayama in Japan.
17/03 We feed the world
A film about food and globalisation, fishermen and farmers, long-distance lorry drivers and high-powered corporate executives.
A portrait that explores the traditional relationship Inuit have to the earth and gently challenges our Western relationship to science and knowledge.
Gardeners Ahoy! It's all happening down at the Station Master's House garden again this year, thanks to Off the Rails getting Network Rail's OK last year - when the garden produced some lovely veggies. Watch the space as herbs, veg and flowers appear over the coming months. Hope Wendy the Station Cat is ready for the invasion...
Contact the food group if you can give any help and watch the blog calendar for work sessions, all are very welcome
The garden will be on show for Open Gardens on May 21st/22nd.
The must-see film that spawned the 10:10 campaign - starring the late, great Pete Postlethwiate. Free Screening at the University, Lecture Theatre Block 9, Thursday (Feb 3rd) at 7pm. Jointly organised by the SU Environmental Society and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Environment and Society.
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