Tired of hearing all this talk about being green and want to see some real life action? Look no further!
On June 7, Eco-Coach brings you action, adventure, and drama of the green kind. The Greening of Southie is a 72 minute documentary style feature that takes the viewer into the rugged construction diaries of the first residential green building in an unlikely neighborhood in Boston. Despite a young development team and various job site skeptics, today the Macallen building‘s condos have bamboo flooring, recycled natural fiber carpets, a fresh air duct to every unit and more. It’s designed to optimize natural light and heat, saving countless kilowatts per year.
The film is more than just about green design. It captures the hard work and resilience of vision that it takes to be green. Throughout the film you’ll hear first hand stories from the men and women who made the building of tomorrow a reality today.
So join us on June 7 at George Washington University at 6:30pm, for light refreshments and a film screening that will make you believe a greener tomorrow is happening today. A brief panel discussion will follow the film.
Please RSVP and see more details on our facebook event page or email firstname.lastname@example.org with “film screening” in the subject. The event is free but you must RSVP.