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Blackrock Park, Saturday 14th September

Happenings, in association with Climate Action Regional Office (CARO) and dlr County Council, are delighted to bring you this years most important documentary, Our Planet.

The first episode of Our Planet, an 8 part documentary series focusing on the breadth of diversity of habitats around the world, from the remote Arctic wilderness and mysterious deep oceans, to the vast landscapes of Africa and diverse jungles of South America. Narrated by David Attenborough, the series addresses issues of conservation while featuring disparate animals in their respective home regions and has been noted for its focus on human impact on the environment; centring on how climate change impacts all living creatures.

This is a FREE event. The event is also solar and battery powered – all of our power can be from clean renewables! It's outdoors celebrating our miraculous environment and how precious it is. It is also in support of all our actions towards fighting the escalating issues of Climate Change and Bio Diversity collapse. Roll on the 20th and the Global Strike for Climate Action. Climate change is the biggest threat to our planet and we must act. Join us in Blackrock Park. The evening will begin at 7.30pm with the film kicking off approx 8.15pm. The documentary is due to finish at 9.30pm. This is a ‘Leave-No-Trace' event. This means that you, the audience will be active participants in preserving this beautiful park and keeping it clean. Bins will be provided. There will be teas, coffees, sweet and savoury treats available. See you then!

Saturday 14th September
7.30pm - 9.30pm
Blackrock Park, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland

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