Edinburgh screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Glasgow screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Aberdeen screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
Inverness screening of a documentary investigating the question: how do the roots of change grow?
How do the roots of change grow?
When a nomadic family move in and break Honeyland’s basic rule, the last female wild beekeeper in Europe must save the bees and restore natural balance.
A+E braids the terms accident and emergency, art and ecology, art and education.
Join us for a free screening and discussion as part of Climate Week North East.
Join Transition Stirling for a free online screening and discussion as part of our Locals initiative.
A celebration of the fruits of the indigenous food sovereignty movement and the Native American changemakers reclaiming their identities after centuries of physical and cultural genocide.
A sweet and salty take on family, food, and the patriarchy.
Refreshments will be provided.
For this month’s climate cafe, Greener Kirkcaldy will be screening the award-winning documentary Just Eat It. The film showing will be followed by a discussion, and refreshments will be provided.
How do we produce food in a way that makes a positive contribution to both the health of communities and the natural environment? Join us for a panel discussion on the question of food sovereignty in Scotland, presented in partnership with Enough!
What does modern-day slavery look like, and are we complicit in perpetuating it?
Food production has increasingly become huge business for a handful of giant corporations. How do we re-prioritise workers’ rights, animal welfare and environmental sustainability?
Join Transition Black Isle and the Muir of Ord cinema for the second of their Locals screenings with Growing Cities
Join us for a special programme of the best new short films from around the world, which spotlight issues of power, conflict, gender equality, access to education, food and the environment.