Kiss the Ground, Film Screening plus Disussion

kiss the ground

Thursday, 3 March 2022 –  5.30 – 8p.m. (6 p.m. start)

Woodlands Community Climate Action Team & special guests

Flourish House, 23-25 Ashley Street, Glasgow G3 6DR

About this event

Woodlands Community will screen KISS THE GROUND, a documentary that provides a solution to heal our planet and keep our species away from the extinction list.

KISS THE GROUND unveils a game-changer to our climate crisis: the Earth’s own soil. Here it is…we can reverse global warming. The solution is called “Regenerative Agriculture” and this film presents the research, practice, and hope we need to move forward. Together.

Regenerative Agriculture can: Revive farmer prosperity, reduce flooding & draught, replenish fresh water sources, reduce fire hazards, reverse global warming, recreate regional access to nutrient-dense food, reduce toxic pesticides & fertilizers, reduce dead zones & water pollution, reverse extinction, and reconnect humanity & nature.

People are calling KISS THE GROUND “The Most Important Film You’ll Ever Watch” — which is a really big claim. But it just may be true.

Covid Information

Please  take a lateral flow test before attending this indoor public event. Face masks are to be worn throughout the event unless exempt. Please do not to attend if feeling ill. This event is free, however,  [donations welcome] the screening is supported by Climate Challenge Fund, Scotland. Special thanks to Flourish House for hosting the event.

Visit kiss the ground website for ways to get involved.

Quotes from the Film

“Human beings emerged in paradise. If we restore all of the degraded land on the Earth, we can return to paradise. ―So, let’s restore a little bit of paradise every day. It’s not that difficult. If we stop distracting ourselves with shiny objects and we start to think about what’s really important to us. ―To see biodiversity return to a place that was completely devastated. This is where everyone can find tremendous satisfaction and the meaning of our lives.” – John Liu @johndennisliu

It’s not about religion or politics, it’s about love ―and if you love something or somebody you want to understand them, take care of them, protect them, and keep them safe. That’s what we’re all here to do.” – Maria Rodale

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This section: Cinema, Community event, Community Groups and Charities, COP26 Glasgow, Climate Change, Save the Planet, Biodiversity Events, Woodlands Community

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