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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Sustainable Works is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with American Cinematheque to present:
Last Call at the Oasis is a critically acclaimed documentary about the world's water crisis, featuring Erin Brockovich. Given California’s very recent drought emergency, the film couldn't be more timely. There will be a panel discussion after the film moderated by Josh Rubenstein, the chief meteorologist for KCBS and KCAL. The panelists include; Mark Gold, Associate Director at the Institute of the Environment & Sustainability, UCLA and David Nahai, former CEO/GM of LADWP and currently a partner in the law firm of Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith, co-Chairing their national energy, water, and environmental practice areas. From the City of Santa Monica, Kim O'Cain, Water Resources Specialist and Myriam Cardenas, Assistant Manager for Water Production & Treatment.
A raffle for a Beach Cruiser will follow the panel discussion
FREE Admission to Sustainable Works members and the first 100 Santa Monica residents who reserve their seats here.
FREE Admission to the first 50 High School or College students (with valid ID) who reserve their seats here.
Everyone who attends the screening will recieve a voucher for
a FREE popcorn, soda or candy
Hope to see you there!
Made possible by the generous support of:
Bike Valet Courtesy of:
Supported by the City of Santa Monica’s Office of Sustainability & the Environment
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Sustainable Works is a non-profit environmental education organization and a project of Community Partners. Our mission is to foster a culture of sustainability in cities, colleges, and businesses.
Sustainable Works is contracted by the City of Santa Monica to offer FREE programs in Santa Monica which support the City of Santa Monica Sustainable City Plan.
Sustainable Works is also funded by an LADWP Community Partnership Grant to offer FREE programs in Los Angeles City Council District 5.