The High Cost of Cheap Gas – Documentary Film
Tuesday, June 28
Calaway Room, Third Street Center
520 S. Third Street, Carbondale
The High Cost of Cheap Gas documents the journey of Producer Mira Dutschke and Director Jeffrey Barbee around the world as they uncover the facts about the controversial gas industry business, and why it affects us all. Secret fracking operations have been conducted in Africa’s most protected National Parks. The team uncovers these operations and brings hard evidence to light that startles policy makers. This is the international underbelly of the energy business, but there is hope.
Director Jeff Barbee will be in attendance and will introduce the film and describe the incentive that brings this important message to the screen for global distribution.
Suggested Donation: $5
Screening made possible through a collaboration of Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist, Davi Nikent, Center for Human Flourishing; Wilderness Workshop, Citizens Climate Lobby, Crystal Valley Environmental Protection Agency and the generosity of Director Jeff Barbee. Support provided by the Thompson Divide Coalition.