“Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” will be the final 2018 Green Issues film to be shown Wednesday, August 15 at 7 p.m. in Korb classroom at the Wabash College Fine Arts Center on South Grant Street. Parking is available in the lot just south of the center.
“Most Americans understand and accept the reality of climate change. Nonetheless, many of us feel uncertain about what we, as individuals, can do. For many of us, solutions to climate change seem out of reach, out of scale and fatally entwined in partisan politics. Meanwhile, the clean energy revolution is quietly underway. Electricity generated from wind and solar is increasingly more affordable than electricity generated from fossil fuels, and the growth curve for the generation and storage of renewable energy now resembles the exponential curves seen with the advent of radio, TV, and the internet. But can we meet all of our energy needs with renewable energy? How would we do that? And, most importantly, will we do that?” Happening chronicles Director James Redford’s quest to answer these questions.
The movie is part of the Green Issues Film Series offered free to the public by the League of Women Voters of Montgomery County and the Wabash College Lilly Library. Light refreshments will be provided.