Free viewing of Oscar-nominated director Josh Fox’s film on climate change to end third Sustainable Living Festival

FASCINATING FLICK: Sustainable Activity Centre director Claire Greenhalgh and Albury Deputy Mayor Amanda Cohn will enjoy a film screening on Wednesday marking the close of a month-long festival. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

FASCINATING FLICK: Sustainable Activity Centre director Claire Greenhalgh and Albury Deputy Mayor Amanda Cohn will enjoy a film screening on Wednesday marking the close of a month-long festival. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

Wednesday’s finale of the Sustainable Living Festival is a chance to appreciate community spirit – on the Border and the world over – in combatting climate change.

A free screening of How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can't Change will take place at the Sustainable Activity Centre from 7pm to 9pm.

The viewing of Oscar-nominated director Josh Fox’s film is the last of 50 events, attracting 6000 visitors. 

Albury Deputy Mayor Amanda Cohn said highlights included green-themed markets and talks on indigenous agriculture.

“The beautiful thing about it is it’s about our community and what we can do ourselves,” she said.

“This film will be a fantastic event to top off a really successful festival.”

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