South Pole Group is excited to help reduce the environmental impact of the Environmental Film Festival Australia 2016 (EFFA) with screenings in Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide, on 29 September - 26 October. The film festival began in 2010 with a vision to inform, engage and inspire on the environmental issues that affect our planet. EFFA has since its start grown into one of Melbourne's most notable 'green' events and has expanded to spread the impacts of environmental films across more cities throughout Australia. Some of the featured topics of EFFA include sustainability, habitats, geography, urban life, and the connections and challenges between people and place. "We feature films from the world's most talented and socially-cons ious filmmakers. Our program delivers information, inspiration and – above all – a sense of hope for the future." says EFFA.
EFFA is committed to compensate for all of its foreseen emissions through South Pole Group's Renun hydro power project in Indonesia.
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