Join Sustainable Princeton and experts from our community as they answer the question, "How Is Our Planet Changing?" Panelists will explore the issue from economic, scientific and practical viewpoints. The breakfast will take place at 8:30 am on Thursday, March 26th at the Princeton Public Library Community Room. Come enjoy a free breakfast catered by a locally owned business. Check back as speakers are announced.
As always, the event is free and open to the public as well as a zero waste event.
After the breakfast, be sure to stick around for two films that focus on energy and waste are being shown as part of the Princeton Public Library's Environmental Film Festival:
Switch - Every energy resource — fossil, nuclear and renewable — is undergoing profound changes. This sweeping transition is the subject of “Switch” and travels the world to discover how it most likely will happen, with a focus on the practical realities and balanced understanding about changing the way we use energy, to realize the many economic and environmental benefits of efficiency.
Racing To Zero - By substituting the word “resource” for the word “garbage,” a culture can be transformed, and a new wealth of industries can emerge, presenting new solutions to the global problem of waste. The film examines how the mayor of San Francisco pledged to achieve zero waste by 2020, and tracks San Francisco’s waste stream diversion tactics and presents innovative new solutions to waste. This film documents a surprising, engaging and inspiring race to zero.