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New Wee Green Screen - Seeding Change

We are hosting Seeding Change as part of our Wee Green Screen series, promoting discussion around ethical and sustainable business.

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Wee Green Screen is part of our campaign for Glasgow to become National Park City – a greener, healthier, wilder and more just city for all citizens. With bars and restaurants only beginning to open up, and cinemas still limited, we're running a series of online screenings of films from around the world with themes linked to the aims of the National Park City.

In this screening, we are showing Seeding Change, a documentary directed by Richard Yelland, 'is about "triple bottom line" businesses that consider the social, environmental and financial impacts of their companies and address some of today’s most challenging issues'.

More on Seeding Change can be found here.

We hope the documentary will prompt discussion after the screening around understandings, examples and challenges of promoting ethical and sustainable business practice in Glasgow and beyond. To inform and kick start the discussion, we will have a couple of speakers from inspiring business in Glasgow including:

  • Reuben Chester co-founded Locavore 'a social enterprise which exists to help build a more sustainable local food system which is better for our local economy, the environment and our communities'. More here:

We hope to see you there!

GNPC Group recently launched the first draft of our proposal for Glasgow to become a National Park City, and we’re looking for projects that support our vision. We hope the films and follow up discussions will help inspire ideas for action. Find out more at

So... grab your favourite cinema snack and join us to look at how we can come together to take some crucial steps towards putting nature at the heart of everything we do.

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