Plastic Crisis Film Screening

  • February 21, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • St. John's Unitarian Universalist Church, 320 Resor Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220

Organization: Ohio River Guardians

Co-Sponsors: Citizens Climate Lobby, Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition, Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition, Green Umbrella, Environmental Justice Committee of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, League of Women Voters, Ohio Poor People’s Campaign of Greater Cincinnati, Past Plastic Coalition Cincinnati, Sierra Club Miami Group, St. John’s Green Sanctuary Partners, Woman’s City Club

As cities like Cincinnati, numerous states, and entire countries act to reduce single-use plastic, global petrochemical companies are planning to build twenty-five petrochemical and plastic facilities in the Ohio River Valley.

Join us for a film screening and a discussion on how these industry plans put our drinking water at risk. We will explore the ways our community can work together to address these problems. Your RSVP is greatly appreciated

Pre Release film recently called "a tell-all on plastic pollution. One that is a must-see for people to understand where the problem of plastic really lies." The New film that is currently touring the film festival circuit, presents a cohesive timeline of how we got to our current global plastic pollution crisis and how the oil and gas industry has successfully manipulated the narrative around it. This film introduces audiences to the heroes and the villains behind one of the world's most pressing environmental issues, from the extraction of fossil fuels to plastic disposal and the global resistance fighting back. 

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