Gasland – film screening

6.30pm, 5th March at the Cargill Lecture Theatre, University of Lincoln

As a lead up to National Science Week the University’s Environment Team are hosting a series of events focused on fracking.  The first film in the series is Gasland.  When filmmaker Josh Fox is asked to lease his land for drilling, he embarks on a cross-country odyssey uncovering a trail of secrets, lies and contamination. A recently drilled nearby Pennsylvania town reports that residents are able to light their drinking water on fire. This is just one of the many absurd and astonishing revelations of a new country called GASLAND. Part verite travelogue, part expose, part mystery, part bluegrass banjo meltdown, part showdown.
This is just a screening of the film there is no talk or Q&A afterwards.  This is because we will have further film on Wednesday 12th March at 6.30pm in the Cargill Lecture Theatre.  The next film will be a response to Gasland called Fracknation.  The week after that there will be a debate about fracking.
Gasland poster jpeg

Marine Conservation Workshop – 11th March, 5.30pm

Transition Lincoln will be hosting a marine conservation workshop on 11th March from 5.30pm at Revival Craft Cafe, Sincil Street, Lincoln.  The workshop will be lead by a local Sea Champion, Karli Drinkwater, from the Marine Conservation Society.  Come along to find out what you can do to help protect our marine environment.  You can download the event poster here - Marine Conservation poster .

Trashed – FREE film screening

Cargill Lecture Theatre, Main Admin Building, University of Lincoln

12th February, 6.30pm

As part of the University’s Go Green Week there’ll be a screening of Trashed.  After the film the University’s Environmental Sustainability Manager, Dan Clayton, will talk about waste and answer questions about issues raised in the film.

Trashed poster

In this groundbreaking environmental documentary, Academy Award
winner Jeremy Irons explores the world’s most environmentally polluted
places to reveal the extent our rubbish is affecting us and our planet.
In this visually and emotional film which manages to be both horrific and
beautiful, Jeremy takes us on a journey to explore the risks to the food
chain and the environment through the pollution of our air, land and sea
by household trash.
For more information about the film please visit



Living in the Future – Weds 29th January, 6.30pm

Cargill Lecture Theatre, Main Admin Building, University of Lincoln

The next film in the University’s environmental film season will be Living in the Future.  The film follows a community in Wales as they struggle to build their own ecovillage.  More details on the film can be found here  Following the film Dr Marcin Kolakowski, Senior Lecturer, Lincoln School of Architecture will talk about alternative building methods and take questions from the audience.

This is a FREE event.