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Free Carbon Nation screening tonight

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Climate-change believers and deniers can take a lesson from this documentary exploring the benefits climate-change solutions also have on the economy and national security.---

The Salt Lake City Film Center is proud to be screening Carbon Nation tonight, a documentary that moves away from convincing climate-change deniers to focusing on how climate-solutions can better our world in other ways. The documentary features thoughts on climate change and national security from former CIA Director James Woolsey and former US Army Colonel Dan Nolan. It also features the insights of numerous renewable energy advocates, CEO’s, economists and more. Stay after the screening for a Q and A with the director Peter Byck.

Check it out, for free tonight at the Salt Lake City Main Library, 210 E. 400 South, 7 p.m. Visit the SLC Film Center’s Website for dates and times of other screenings in Utah.