The film's Seattle connections include: • Richard Conlin, former President of Seattle City Council • Ellie Rose, Foam Free Seattle • Heather Trim of Zero Waste Seattle fought the American Chemistry Council lobby against Seattle's plastic ban.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 21, 2015
A free Earth Day screening of a documentary film that includes several Seattle connections, "Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?," and presentation and about how anyone can make small changes that save money help save the planet will be held at the Brown Paper Tickets Community Resource Room, Wed., April 22. The event will begin with a brown bag discussion led by a leader in re-use of household and construction materials, Mary Anne Carter of Second Use Building Materials, and Brown Paper Tickets' "Doer" supporting makers and artists, including those in the re-making community, Tamara Clammer. The documentary movie screening will follow at 1 p.m., followed by a Q and A with someone who appears in the movie, Heather Trim of Zero Waste Seattle, led by Brown Paper Tickets' recycling team lead, Erika Harder.
The film's Seattle connections include:
- Richard Conlin, former President and Seattle City Council member
- Ellie Rose Founder, Foam Free Seattle
- Heather Trim of Zero Waste Seattle, the group that fought the American Chemistry Council lobby, that spent more than a million dollars fighting the Seattle bag fee. The Chemistry Council lobby won in the short term, and Zero Waste Seattle won in the long term, bringing a ban on plastic bags.
When? Earth Day, Wed., April 22
noon: brown bag lunch break presentation on easy ways to reduce, reuse, remake and recycle as a part of daily life.
1 p.m: screening of the film "Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?"
Followed immediately by Q and A with Heather Trim of Zero Waste Seattle led by Brown Paper Tickets recycling team lead, Erika Harder.
Where? Brown Paper Tickets Community Resource Room, 309 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Cost? Free! Space is limited; RSVP is suggested at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1470959
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