Special Screening of Tipping Point at All Saints Church Pasadena

As part of ongoing action opposing Alberta Tar Sands oil extraction and the Keystone XL Pipeline, All Saints Church and two of its ministries, Sustainable and Environmental Defense of the Earth Now (EDEN), are co-hosting a screening of Tipping Point: The End of Oil on Tuesday, December 6, 7:30 p.m. Suggested donation: $10 – $15 (no one turned away). Come learn more about the largest industrial project in human history and its destructive impact to the environment and indigenous societies. Top NASA climatologist James Hansen warns that approval of the pipeline and continued tar sands exploitation will result in “game over” for controlling carbon emissions.

A number of other organizations, including Burbank Green Alliance and Wilder Utopiawill also co-host the special screening. Learn about the largest industrial project in human history and the positive steps we can take to heal the destructive impact to the environment and indigenous societies. We will also discuss options for an Alternative Energy Economy with special guest speakers First Nations Activist and Actress Tantoo Cardinal and Tar Sands Action National Organizer Rae Breaux.

Booths, Screening, Discussion, and Treats
“Tipping Point – The End of Oil
Tuesday, December 6th
7:00pm Doors Open/Booths
7:30-10:30pm Screening & Q/A
The Forum at All Saints Church
132 North Euclid Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
(.4 miles form the Memorial Park Gold Line Station)
FREE PARKING
All Saints lot (North side of Church) or
Plaza Las Fuentes/Westin Hotel bottom level
(Union and Los Robles. We will validate for Westin)
DRINKS AND FOOD – BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE
Treats and hot drinks will be served – please help us achieve Zero Waste by bringing your own bottle or mug.
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Climate Refugees – Thursday, December 8 at 7:00 p.m.

Millions of people from around the world have already been displaced by the devastating effects of climactic disaster, their lives forever disrupted, their homes, communities and livelihoods lost. Their story, a story millions more are facing, is told in Climate Refugeesthis month’s Conscientious Projector presentation on Thursday, December 8, 7:00 p.m. at The Armory Center for the Arts. Writer-director Michael  Nash set out to make a film about the human face of climate change, and the result is both moving and alarming, portending further grand scale challenges for every society on every continent on Earth in this new era of planetary transformation.

A community discussion follows the film. The Armory is located at 145 N. Raymond in Old Pasadena. Admission is free and the facility is accessible to disabled persons.