Screening of Crash Course in Queens, NYC, September 23 – can we bring it to your neighborhood?

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    Screening of Crash Course in Queens, NYC, September 23 – can we bring it to your neighborhood?

There are 30 people signed up to the Awake NYC list on Peak Prosperity.  Where are you guys? It would be nice to hear from any of you!!  I'm doing a screening of The Crash Course next Monday night.  If you support Chris and Adam and want to bring the Peak Prosperity message to NYC, I need a little help here! Please come out and introduce yourself, and maybe we can discuss bringing this program to your neighborhood.  Thanks – Dan 



LIC Green Film Screenings on 9/23 and 9/30 to Promote Resilience  

Contact: Dan Miner, Resilience NYC Meetup, [email protected], 212.319.3750

Long Island City, Queens, September 17, 2013 – – A unique series of free film screening events is taking place this September in LIC.  Three films about our interwoven environmental, energy and economic challenges will be followed by facilitated discussion among audience members. 

The first has already successfully taken place.  For a recap and pictures, go to:

The events are organized by Dan Miner, familiar to the Queens business community as the former SVP of Long Island City Partnership – but also a longtime environmental activist.  Now working as District Manager at Manhattan Community Board 6, Miner plans to keep organizing screenings as a volunteer through and

"NYC will have to adapt to long-term climate change while working to slow it down, and at the same time build resilience for extreme weather events and disruptions which climate change will make more frequent.  This is a job not just for the next Mayor but for all New Yorkers.  Many initiatives can build resilience, cut carbon emissions, save money and create local jobs, all at the same time. Raising public awareness about our environmental, energy and economic challenges can tap into the creativity of New Yorkers.  We need to get the business community and civic groups talking about this," said Miner. 

Miner, organizer of the Resilience NYC Meetup, is inviting neighbors and western Queens civic leaders to eco-cafe Coffeed in LIC on Mondays in September at 7 PM.   Coffeed, at 37-18 Northern Blvd., LIC, NY 11101, downstairs from the Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm, is providing free coffee and home-baked pastries for the events.

After screenings, in facilitated group discussion, listeners will be guided in brainstorming ways to make their community greener and more resilient.   Attendees will be referred to existing programs & resources to help them take next steps along with their neighbors.

Do The Math, September 16
Climate scientists have measured the carbon in fossil fuel supplies still to be burned and the consequences if it is all used.  This film features the movement to change the terrifying math of the climate crisis, and promote a global power shift to clean energy.  (42 minutes)

The Crash Course, September 23
Our economy, energy systems and environment are interdependent and will face increasing challenges as we meet limits of finite natural resources.  Presented by scientist and former Fortune 300 finance VP Chris Martenson.   (45 minutes)

Crisis of Civilization, September 30
This dark comedy documentary connects the dots between global crises. It combines archival film clips and animations with detailed analysis and specific positive options to transform systems. Watch it free online. (80 minutes)

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