Redding Green Film Series Presents “The Economics of Happiness”

Please join the Green Film Series and Growing Local for a screening of The Economics of Happiness. This film describes a world moving in two opposing directions. As governments and big business continue to push for “growth” in the form of increased global trade, we are seeing a host of problems including financial volatility, income inequality and climate chaos to name a few. At the same time, people around the world are coming together to resist globalization by re-building more human-scale ecological economies based on localization.

The Economics of Happiness is a project of the International Society or Ecology and Culture, a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and revitalize cultural and biological diversity by strengthening local communities and economies worldwide.

The Green Film Series is a collaborative effort of local organizations whose goal is to educate and raise awareness about environmental issues and move our region toward a sustainable future by creating an environment where positive, constructive dialogue can take place between community members, businesses, government agencies, and educational organizations. For more information, see

Friday, December 2, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.
First United Methodist Church
1825 East Street
Redding, California
FREE (Donations Accepted)

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