What to expect at the premiere of 'An Inconvenient Sequel' on August 28
MANILA, Philippines – How close are we to achieving real energy solution?
A decade after An Inconvenient Truth mainstreamed the discussion on global warming, here comes its sequel to highlight the impact of climate change especially on vulnerable nations.
More than that, the documentary also illustrates the various solutions at hand.
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power showcases Climate Reality Leadership Corps trainings, where people from all walks of life come to work with former US vice president Al Gore and other experts, learning key climate science and gaining the skills to lead their communities in the fight for climate solutions.
The film will premiere at 6 pm on Monday, August 28, at Cinema 7 in Trinoma Mall.
What to expect
Consider this a wake up call for those who still deny the reality of climate change.
At the film's sequel premiere, we will go back to these questions: Why should Filipinos care about climate change? What can regular citizens do to decisively take a stand against the world's common enemy?
With our roster of Filipino advocates leading the discussion and fight against climate change, we will discuss both the challenges and the collective achievements of the nation in the past years.
We will also reflect on the country's experience during the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) and how the global community has acted upon it.
Speakers include Senator Risa Hontiveros, Senator Loren Legarda, former Senator Heherson Alvarez, CCC Secretary Emmanuel de Guzman, CCC Commissioner Vernice Victorio, PCUP Commissioner Joan Lagunda, French Embassy chargé d'affaires Laurent Legodec, Greenpeace Southeast Asia Executive Director Naderev Saño, and Father Edwin Gariguez, Goldman Prize Awardee and CBCP-NASSA Executive Secretary.
TV personalities Atom Araullo, PBB celebrity Cathy Rem, artist-activist Mae Paner, and Miss Universe 2013 runner-up Ariella Arena will also be at the event.
During the program, members of the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers.
How to buy tickets
Don't miss the chance to watch this much-awaited film!
Tickets are currently sold for a discounted price of P750. On the day of the event, tickets will be sold for P1,000.
There are two ways to get your discounted tickets for August 28:
I. Bank Deposit
You can deposit ticket payments through BPI, Security Bank, or UnionBank.
BPI Account Name: Rappler Inc.
Account Number: 2431-0082-06
Security Bank Account Name: Rappler Inc.
Account Number: 003845-716
UnionBank Account Name: Rappler Inc.
Account Number: 000380010550
Once a deposit is made, please e-mail your deposit slip to email@example.com with the subject title "An Inconvenient Sequel" together with the following details:
- Complete name of attendees
- Company or school organizations
- Contact information (email address, mobile number, and landline number)
Once the deposit is made, Rappler will reply with confirmation of deposit and will send an Eventbrite ticket.
- Visit the Eventbrite page here.
- Use your credit card and Paypal account to make a ticket purchase.
- After confirmation, you will receive an email with your Eventbrite ticket(s). Download and save this file.
- On Monday, simply show your e-ticket upon registration at the cinema.
For blocked screening requests in other areas, please contact Climate Reality Project Philippines through e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. – Rappler.com