Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light is proud to present an important community event this June when we host an Exclusive Screening and Live Panel Discussion of the newly released award-winning documentary 8 BILLION ANGELS.
The event is a great opportunity for you, your family and friends to learn more about an issue of critical importance to the future of our planet.
8 BILLION ANGELS has been called “an absorbing tale, revealing the shocking truth” by William Ripple, lead author of the 2017 Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice and 2020’s The World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency.
Today, humanity’s demand for resources vastly exceeds nature’s ability to supply them. Food, water, climate, and extinction emergencies are unfolding before our eyes. 8 BILLION ANGELS documents the conflict between the size of our global population and the sustainability of our planet. It dispels the misperceptions that technology can save us, that reducing consumption is the only answer, and that the blame lies solely in the developing world. Using breathtaking cinematography, the film takes the viewer on an immersive and emotional journey into the lives of farmers, fisherman and others as they witness an unfolding global crisis. It inspires real solutions toward lasting sustainability and a better quality of life for all Earth’s inhabitants.
See the 8 Billion Angels Trailer!
PA IPL’s On-Demand Virtual Film Screening begins June 2nd and extends through June 6th. Watch 8 Billion Angels any time during that 5-day period.
On June 7th at 7:00pm, PA IPL welcomes audience members to an expert panel Q&A including Terry Spahr, 8 Billion Angels Filmmaker and the Executive Director of Earth Overshoot; Dr. Dan Cosacchi, Director of Justice and Peace Studies at Marywood University; Dr. Patricia DiMarco, Biologist, author, and environmental activist; moderated by PA IPL Board Member Bill Cozzens.
To register to watch the film please click here!
To register to participate in the live panel event please click here!
The film is brought to you by Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light, with financial support from St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance understanding and commitment to a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world. When you register for the event, we ask that you consider a donation of at least $12 as an individual or $20 for more than one attendee to support PA IPL’s mission of mobilizing people and communities of faith to take bold and just action on climate change.