Ask Renee: Join Renee for a climate change film screening 

Attend this screening; feel better about the world

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After helplessly trying to make sense of recent events and agonizing over how to acknowledge our current state of affairs in Tuesday’s Ask Renee, it’s time to get re-energized about having a positive impact on our world!

I hope you’ll join me and my colleagues at Hoosier Environmental Council team next Wednesday, July 20, for a screening of How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change at the IndyFringe theatre.

“What are the things that climate change can’t destroy? What are those parts of us that are so deep that no storm can take away?” ~ Josh Fox
The guide we’ll use for the post-screening discussion states that, “Humanity is facing one of the most difficult periods of change we will ever know.” I’ll bet Josh Fox never imagined that his film would be released to the world at a time of such despair in our country.

What are the values needed to help us combat climate change? Aren’t they similar to the values that can help us overcome other issues? How can the Indianapolis community be more just and loving toward the environment and society?

I’m looking forward to being inspired with you!

How to Let Go is also available on HBO. If you’re not able to attend the HEC screening, consider hosting a house party with friends or family.

Piece out,

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Renee Sweany

Renee Sweany

Renee has spent the past several years surrounding herself with like-minded people who share her passion for caring for the planet. She began writing “Ask Renee” after four years of offering green tips through her e-newsletter Green Piece Indy. E-mail her your green living queries at

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