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The Next Industrial Revolution
By Films For Action / filmsforaction.org
Jul 25, 2010
Films For Action will be teaming up with Karlin Family Farms to bring Lawrence a special event. At 7pm we will be screening the inspiring documentary "The Next Industrial Revolution," exploring the ecological design concepts of revolutionary thinker William McDonough.

Then, following the film, guest speaker Warren Brush will be giving a presentation titled "Sustainable Vocations and Emerging Green Economies." Warren Brush lives in California and is the co-founder of Quail Springs Learning Oasis and Permaculture Farm and the founder of True Nature Design, a Permaculture consultation firm that works extensively in North America, Africa and other countries worldwide.

To find out more about his work please visit his websites at: www.permaculturedesign.us - www.quailsprings.org - www.sustainablevocations.org - www.treesforchildren.org & www.mentoring4peace.com
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