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PlanEAT: Dinner and a Movie
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Jocelyn Cutler.
Cambridge Carbon Footprint presents the award-winning film PlanEAT. It is about the search for the ultimate diet that not only improves health but also benefits the environment and the planet. With film cast of pioneering chefs and some of the best cooking you will have ever seen, along with facts from scientists and doctors they present a convincing case of why it is so important for the west to re-examine its love affair with meats and dairy.
PlanEAT shows how so many of the problems we face today can be solved, without simply resorting to a diet of lentils and lettuce leaves. To prove it, we’ll be serving a delicious plant-based dinner, courtesy of Arjuna Wholefood, and provide you with recipes for you to take home.
This event will take place at Ross Street Community Centre. We are selling tickets on a sliding scale of £10, £20 or £30 pounds pay what you can towards our fundraising, your generosity is appreciated. The former is the minimum purchase requirement to attend this event, to insure that we can recover our costs.
Email on email@example.com or ring on 01223 301842 to make sure there are tickets still available, and we will add you to our guest list. We will confirm your place once the minimum donation has been received, either by cheque (made payable to Cambridge Carbon Footprint) or by cash (in person or by post – address available on our website)
You can also pay via PayPal or credit card online via Charities Aid Foundation. Just remember to make a note that it is in regards to PlanEAT in the box labelled “Special Instruction to Charity” and then forward us the receipt you receive, when you are done!
For more details and to find links to the trailer, visit our website: www.cambridgecarbonfootprint.org
This talk is part of the Cambridge Carbon Footprint series.
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