Using poetry, journalism and art, a series of beautiful and inspiring short films will explore Scotland’s oil industry, the challenge of climate change, and what can be gained from fighting for environmental justice.
Glasgow Council invests £890 million in fossil fuels. Instead we need investment in projects that are environmentally and socially just, and with local elections in early May now’s the perfect time to demand this change.
After the films there'll be tea and coffee, and a chat about how you can email and tweet your Council election candidates about going fossil free.
Organised by Common Weal and Friends of the Earth Scotland with Fossil Free Strathclyde