Monday 5 March 2012


The Economics 
of Happiness
‘Going local’ is a powerful strategy 
to repair our fractured world
 - our ecosystems, our societies and our selves 
Haringey Timebank will be joining us this Wednesday.
Wednesday evening, 7th March 2012
doors open @ 7pm - come early and network!
   We expect to start the screening at 8pm  
- after serving those who wish to eat.

To choose from our delicious menu of mainly local food;
PLEASE order when you arrive!

Food £6-£10

Our expert chef creates delicious dishes from mainly locally sourced food
On entry we request a donation of £3 (does not include food)

About the film:
The Economics of Happiness describes a world 
moving simultaneously in two opposing directions. 
On the one hand, government and big business 
continue to promote globalization
 and the consolidation of corporate power. 
At the same time, all around the world
 people are resisting those policies, 
demanding a re-regulation of trade and finance and,
 far from the old institutions of power, 
they're starting to forge a very different future.

The film lasts for 68 minutes.
The film features a chorus of voices calling for systemic economic change,
 including Vandana Shiva, David Korten, Michael Shuman, Richard Heinberg,
 Rob Hopkins, Juliet Schor, Zac Goldsmith, Bill McKibben, 
and Samdhong Rinpoche, 
the Prime Minister of Tibetʹs government in exile.

“Whilst some predict ‘Oscar’, others say this will do 
for the localization/globalization schism 
what An Inconvenient Truth did
 to help understand climate change.”
Follow the Economics of Happiness on Facebook and Twitter

Time for networking and a drink from the bar...

Followed by a discussion around the theme of the film
 in a 'world cafe' setting. 
All welcome - get involved in your local community.

World Cafe

News & Updates
  • Help nominate a 'must see' film or documentary
  •  on food and/or sustainability issues 
  • Post your choice in our film suggestion postbox 
  • at Moors Bar on GOTS nights and yours could be one of those 
  • we plant/screen this year!
  • The next films we expect to screen are below
  •  - your suggestion could be there too:
  • 1st Wednesday in April: Water, the great mystery
  • upcoming:
  • Just do it,Voices of Co Housing,Schooling the World.
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57 Park Road, Crouch End, London N8 8SY

Supported by:

Transition Crouch End



Feeding you delicious food
Showing inspiring, informative and empowering films on food and sustainability issues
Discussion around the theme of the film, with occasional guest speakers

1st Wednesday of every month

Green on the Screen is held at Moors Bar
Doors open 7pm - Films @ 8pm
57 Park Road, Crouch End, London N8 8SY

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