DOORS OPEN 6:30PM
SCREENING BEGINS 7:00PM
Join Ecology Ottawa for a free screening of the powerful documentary There's Something in the Water, a film that delves into the urgent issues of environmental racism and climate injustice. This event will shed light on the pressing climate challenges we face, and highlight our ongoing petition calling for ambitious local climate action in Ottawa.
There's Something in the Water directed by Elliot Page and Ian Daniel, explores the environmental injustices faced by marginalized communities in Nova Scotia, Canada. Dr. Ingrid Waldron's groundbreaking research on the intersection of race, class, and environmental health played a pivotal role in uncovering these injustices.
Don't miss this opportunity to be a part of the conversation surrounding climate justice. Join us for an evening that promises both education and empowerment. Together, we can make a difference!
Thank you to Echo Foundation for the support that made this event possible.
p.s. This film screening is a prelude to our upcoming Eco Gala on November 4th, where Dr. Ingrid Waldron will take centre stage as the keynote speaker. Save the date and get inspired to take action for a more equitable and sustainable future. You can purchase tickets to our 16th annual Eco Gala here.