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An Inconvenient Truth' Free Corporate Ticket Offer


Wednesday, 8th November 2006 at 4:14 pm
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If global warming is the hot topic around your corporate office tea room and you would like to inform and engage your staff on the wider debate, we have a free ticket offer you can’t pass up!

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An Inconvenient Truth' Free Corporate Ticket Offer
Wednesday, 8th November 2006 at 4:14 pm

If global warming is the hot topic around your corporate office tea room and you would like to inform and engage your staff

on the wider debate, we have a free ticket offer you can’t pass up!

A private philanthropist is offering corporates free group screenings of the stirring feature length documentary “An

Inconvenient Truth” with an expert speaker and time for discussion at each screening. Pro Bono Australia is taking an

active role to publicise and coordinate the event.

Al Gore and his team have put together an accessible and extremely informative film about Climate Change. This is a

“must see” movie and is credited with bringing about the tipping point in action around this issue.

Group bookings of between 30 and 200 are available to Australia’s Corporate community for dates in late November – no

strings attached. Inhouse screenings are also available.

Expressions of interest can be made by email to gcurtis@mahlab.com.au




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