Screen 'No Impact Man' this Earth Week
Inspire your neighbors to live more sustainably this April by organizing an eco-documentary screening.
Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 11:52 AM
Image courtesy of noimpactdoc.com
Do you live uber-greenly like Colin Beavan, the eco New Yorker better known as No Impact Man
— and wish your neighbors would too? If you were inspired to ecofy your life after watching the green documentary film No Impact Man
, here’s a chance to inspire your neighbors. Screen No Impact Man in your community
during Earth Week in April!
For $100 — or less, if you appeal for a reduced fee — you can get a license to host a small screening
between April 18 and 25 — along with a DVD, access to an RSVP registration system for your audience members, and an electronic screening toolkit with everything you need to market your event.
Try working with your local library events coordinator, nearby environmental nonprofit organizations, or schools to put a screening together. Get your payment in by April 9 — and get ready to inspire your neighbors to go green this Earth Day. Haven’t seen No Impact Man
yet? Rent it or buy the DVD
to find out how greening your lifestyle can make for a happier life too.
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