7:30 PM Atlantic Time (Canada)

Join us for a virtual screening of the award-winning film Invisible Hand, a documentary exploring the global Rights of Nature movement, followed by a Q&A with organizers from CELDF.

Invisible Hand is a “paradigm-shifting” documentary about the ‘Rights of Nature’ Movement. The defining battle of our times where Nature, democracy, and capitalism face off.

CELDF organizers, featured in the film, will be joining us for a post-screening Q&A. CELDF has helped dozens of communities in the US and around the world in recognizing the Rights of Nature and asserting their Community Rights.

Can we join the Rights of Nature movement and build the local power necessary to stop the corporate assault on our forests and watersheds?

What are the barriers stopping our local communities from protecting our ecosystems and saying no to clear cuts, aerial herbicide spraying, open-pit gold mines, or any other ecological harm permitted by the province?

We’ll continue our conversation on the rights of Nature and try to answer some of these big questions and any other questions you might have.

The event hosted by Rights of Nature Network Atlantic Canada and co-sponsored by Sierra Club Atlantic Canada Chapter.

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