Natalie Bennett, national Green Party leader, is to visit Exeter University on Saturday, October 12 to take part in a questions and answers session following the screening of the film Drill Baby Drill.
The free film showing is being organised by Exeter Green Party in conjunction with Young Greens at Exeter University.
Drill Baby Drill is a documentary showing the devastating impacts of shale gas extraction, or fracking, on the environment, water supply, air quality and human health. The film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A session with Natalie Bennett.
Andrew Bell, Exeter Green Party policy officer, told the PRSD: ”This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about fracking and what it could mean to the South West if it is ever given the go-ahead.
“It is also a great opportunity to meet the Green Party leader and find out more about our progressive social, economic and environmental policies.”
The Drill Baby Drill film screening and Natalie Bennett Q&A session will take place at Exeter University on Saturday, October 12 in the Queens Building, Lecture Theatre 1, Queens Drive, 6pm–8.30pm.
Here’s the trailer:
(from a press release)