Morristown climate change group to screen ‘Bad Tidings’ film, Nov. 28

Gary and Susan Schneider (Citizens Climate Lobby Morristown) accept gift banner from Nadine Sapirman (CCL Raritan Valley), with Rev. Jennifer Kelleher, Minister of Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills. Photo courtesy of CCL of Morristown
Gary and Susan Schneider (Citizens Climate Lobby Morristown) accept gift banner from Nadine Sapirman (CCL Raritan Valley), with Rev. Jennifer Kelleher, Minister of Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills. Photo courtesy of CCL of Morristown
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The Morristown Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby will screen Bad Tidings on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018,  at 7 pm, at the Quaker Meeting House, 158 Southern Blvd, Chatham Twp.

The 38-minute film features homeowners of Sea Bright, New Jersey, since they experienced Hurricane Sandy six years ago.

It is a story of rebuilding, and of maintaining hope and resilience amid doubts, as experts predict their town will be underwater in 50 years.

Video trailer: ‘Bad Tidings’:

Can they adapt? Given the future cost, is it right to move back? Given the climate change and sea level rise projections, is it foolish to challenge Mother Nature?

Admission is free, donations for the filmmaker appreciated.

After the screening, Tom Wells, an expert on sustainable building and remodeling and a member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, will lead a discussion of climate change solutions, including carbon fee and dividend legislation, as well as smart building choices.

View the film trailer here.

Questions? Contact Morristown Climate Change.

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