World Environment Day documentary screening: In Transition 2.0

Join us for this special documentary screening ahead of World Environment Day! 

In Transition 2.0 is a highly inspiring and meaningful documentary about the transition movement – building strong, resilient communities that are able to cope with food, oil, water and money shortages, while cutting its environmental footprint in the process. The documentary offers an objective, balanced perspective of the transition concept, which is not a fixed community-building model, but it can be adapted to suit each community’s objectives. The filmmaker shares successful and not-so-successful case studies. To find out more, see

Admission is free, and seats are limited! Come early to get the best seats in the house! 

Date: 4 June 2014 (Wednesday)
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Venue: Artistry, 17 Jalan Pinang, Singapore, 199149 (walking distance from Bugis MRT)
Attire: Casual
Fee: Free! Just buy your own drinks and support our venue sponsor

This session is hosted by Bhavani Prakash, and supported by team members Yugal Kasbekar and Ginny Giovanni. Thank you Artistry, for being our venue sponsor!

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2 Responses to “World Environment Day documentary screening: In Transition 2.0”
  1. rayepadit says:


    I would like to RSVP for one person: Raye Padit.

    Looking forward to see the documentary. Thanks much!


    Raye Padit

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    Founded in November 2007, Green Drinks Singapore is one of more than 800 cities with a Green Drinks presence.

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