FFM Screening, Snacks & Chats - Black Hole
20 October, 2016
Hill Lecture Theatre
Fossil Free Murdoch
Fossil Free Murdoch presents "Black Hole".
Shot in NSW Maules Creek, Leard State Forest.
One Mining Company, a 965 day blockade, over 300 voluntary arrests, a State Forest home to 396 Species of native fauna and ﬂora, 34 of which are endangered. What is this all about?
Black Hole examines the future of coal, corporate responsibility and the rights governments afford to people vs polluters.
Whether you're new to the campaign wanting to learn about divestment and how to tackle climate change, or you're already gung-ho in the movement - these nights are an opportunity to come together, learn and discuss how to make our actions most (and more) impactful.
The film screening will be followed by snacks n chats. It is an open space for discussion amongst existing fossil free members, 350 folk, MUST-ers (Murdoch University Sustainability Team members) and most importantly welcoming new students.