Upcoming film screening and discussion about the creation of sustainable communities hosted by Code Green Community

Join Code Green Community at this upcoming event where the organization's director Eric Stewart highlights an emerging community revolving around the creation of sustainable communities.

The Transition group in New Port Richey is hosting a film, Fighting Goliath (see flyer below), at the New Port Richey Library (5939 Main Street) on March 13th 2010 at 1 p.m. Admission is free. The group will then be hosting a open dialogue with the local community about how together we can reduce our electric use and work towards collaboration at generating renewable energy.

Transition New Port Richey is an emerging group started by the Non-Profit Corporation Code Green Community. Code Green Community is an emerging wiki/open source non-profit corporation that works on establishing a regional transition network in the Tampa Bay area. We are a group of people working on creating a sustainable community for all.

About Code Green Community:

Each member of Code Green Community is a leader and can establish their own transition initiative to create a sustainable community in their area. We are connecting with local already established groups and offering training and resources for establishing transition initiatives. A transition initiative is a group of people seeking to stimulate their local community to become more resilient and sustainable- using less fossil fuels and re-establishing a new local living economy. Check out Code Green Community for more information and to interact with this growing Tampa Bay community. We work on collaborative efforts to prepare for both peak oil and climate change.

Communities engage with one another to collaborate against financial and environmental challenges.

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