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Friday
06
APR

Sadhana Forest - Friday Eco Film Club: Singapore: Biophilic City

16:00
21:30
Sadhana Forest
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Sadhana Forest is a reforestation project and a sustainable living community. Every Friday we get together to watch a film with themes that relate to Sadhana Forest such as films about the environment, ecology, natural history etc. You are most welcome to join us on Friday, April 6th, to watch “Singapore: Biophilic City”, directed by Linda Blagg. This movie shows Singapore, a city which has demonstrated how high density does not have to mean reduced natural systems.

This movie is showcased in light of Sadhana Forest’s newly started UniverCity of Compassion (UCC) residential training program. For more information about the UCC, please email:
india@sadhanaforest.org or visit www.sadhanaforest.org/ucc

Before the movie, at exactly 16:30, you can join us for a full tour of Sadhana Forest and an update of our most recent work! After the film, you are welcome to join us for a free 100% vegan organic dinner!

Date: Friday, April 6th 2018

Location: Sadhana Forest, Auroville, Tamil Nadu, India.

Program:
16:00 Free bus from Solar Kitchen in the center of Auroville to Sadhana Forest for the Tour
16:30 Tour of Sadhana Forest
18:00 Free bus from Solar Kitchen to Sadhana Forest for the Eco Film Club
18:30 Eco Film Club begins with "previews" of short Sadhana Forest films
20:00 Dinner is served
21:30 Free bus from Sadhana Forest back to Solar Kitchen

Cost: This evening is given as a gift and free of charge for all!

Participants: All are welcome! No age limit! Families and children are welcome! Dinner for children will be served at 19:00 :)

Film details:
Singapore: Biophilic City
44 Minutes / English / 2012 / Directed by Linda Blagg
This movie outlines the characteristics of an emerging new planning paradigm called biophilic urbanism by detailing a case study of Singapore, which, over a number of years, has demonstrated how high density does not have to mean reduced natural systems. The film looks at how biophilic urbanism works to improve natural systems between buildings and on the facades and rooftops of buildings.

Contact: The bus service is operated by Sadhana Forest. For more information about the bus service please contact Sadhana Forest at
(0413) 2677682 or 2677683 or sadhanaforest@auroville.org.in

Or visit our website:
http://sadhanaforest.org/india/eco-film-club/

You can also contact us here on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/sadhanaforest/