Sept 28 – Oct 1, 2017
Pugwash, Nova Scotia
A 3-day intensive discussion with global and local thinkers to define a path to restore and revitalize local communities in the face of climate change
The Centre for Local Prosperity has partnered with the Satso Gallery and Kings Theatre in Annapolis Royal for a series of art exhibitions, talks and movies related to Climate Change.
Satso Gallery: A Cautionary Tale of Climate Change: Artists on Environment, Politics & Science.
Opening Reception: Sunday, October 1st, 1-3pm
Exhibition runs October 1st – 30th.
King’s Theatre: A Difficult Hope: Climate and the Human Prospect
Monday, October 2nd, 7:30, Free Admission Film Night.
Presented by: Centre for Local Prosperity – Storm Warnings, Satso Gallery and King’s Theatre
“What if facing the dark realities of our world instead of being an experience of pain, anxiety, overwhelm and hopelessness, could be a doorway into a place of beauty, connectedness, and healing.” Chris Jordan
7:30 pm Opening Remarks – Gregory Heming, Centre for Local Prosperity
7:45 pm Regan Rosburg -Art, Story and the Grieving Process
8:15 pm – Albatross, a film by Chris Jordan
Shelburne, Nova Scotia
Import Replacement Study – Release
Rethinking Community Development: The Economic Value of Import Replacement in Atlantic Canada
The Centre for Local Prosperity will be releasing a report from its regional study on the economic value of Import Replacement as a development strategy for local communities in Atlantic Canada. The report will be launched at a town hall meeting in Shelburne, Nova Scotia at the Shelburne Fire Hall. The date of the release will be determined.