Thursday September 10, 7–9 pm
The Future of Energy: Lateral Power to the People (film)
Please note, this is the second Thursday in September, an exception to our usual schedule
This film is a documentary about the current state of initiatives by a variety of individuals, communities, corporations and states to develop clean sources of electricity. The idea is to become less dependent on damaging and dirty sources – fossil fuels and nuclear reactors. It's a documentary, so it presents a jumble of different approaches because there are actually a great variety of ways to approach the issues of using solar and wind power. The certainty is that there is no long-term future for today's dominant ways of generating electricity. A lot of experimenting is needed to create the best ways of replacing fossil fuels and nuclear reactors.
General Meeting Location:
Elks Lodge, 2401 E 4th St, Royal Oak, MI 48067 — South of 11 Mile Road, on 4th Street and Stephenson Hwy. (I 75 Service Drive). Enter parking lot from Stephenson or 4th Street, and look for the Sierra Club sign. (map)
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