Come to a special screening of “Racing to Zero” documentary
Garbage, vanishing natural resources, polluted oceans. The stakes are overwhelming. Is there anything that we, individually, can do about it?
The answer is yes! “Racing to Zero” is a quick-moving, upbeat documentary tracking San Francisco’s wastestream diversion tactics. Three years ago, the mayor of San Francisco pledged to achieve zero waste by 2020. The substitution of the word “resource” for the word “garbage” transformed a culture, producing a wealth of new industries, and an intriguing and surprising race to zero.
The Efficiency Review Working Group invites you to a special screening of “Racing to Zero,” followed by an engaging discussion with the film’s producer, Diana Fuller, and Green Citizen founder James Kao.
DATE: Wednesday, March 30
TIME: 12 to 1:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Franklin 5320
Space is limited, so please reserve a seat by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 23.
For more information about the documentary, go to the film’s website.