Take One Action presents: Not Without Us
As Scotland drafts a new Climate Bill, Take One Action, Friends of the Earth Scotland and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland present a special screening of Not Without Us!
About Take One Action presents: Not Without Us
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A rousing documentary that connects the dots between decreasing biodiversity, indigenous land rights abuses, fossil-fuel driven economies, growing economic inequality and government inaction in the face of the greatest crisis engulfing our planet.
Putting frontline communities’ perspectives at its centre, Not Without Us immerses viewers in the moving, personal journeys of grassroots campaigners from across the globe as they attempt to harness the only force that can prevent catastrophic climate change: the will of the people.
Please join us after the screening to explore the role social movements are playing in pushing for world-leading climate legislation in Scotland – with guests including members of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, policy makers and grassroots campaigners.
If you would like to learn more about what action you can take join Stop Climate Chaos Scotland for a free afternoon workshop before the screening - more information can be found at for.scot/climate-action
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