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The next Teignmouth Science Cafe is on Friday 26th August. Anni Mitchell, a practicing clinical psychologist, is asking: “What contribution (if any) can psychology make to our individual and collective actions in response to climate change and peak oil?”
Oystercatche Cafe, Northumberland Place, Teignmouth.
Cafe opens 7pm, talk commences 8pm.
No admission charge, donations welcome.
We’re screening CRUDE IMPACT (no certificate) as part of our Film into Action season.
This award-winning documentary feature film explores the interconnection between human domination of the planet, and the discovery and use of oil.
Please join us at Victoria Hall, Shaldon, on Friday 4th March, starting at 7.30pm. Refreshments available. Entry is free; donations welcome.
Funded through a ‘Making it happen’ grant from Teignbridge Strategic Partnership and with support from Teignmouth Film Society.
Please download an A5 poster for the film from our web site, if you’re able to display a copy.
The UK’s former chief scientific adviser, Sir David King, has said that as global oil demand starts to outstrip supply, oil companies will be forced to drill in unconventional places. This, in turn, might create great environmental, social and technological challenges.
See the article in the BBC New web site published yesterday: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/science_and_environment/10278831.stm