Monday, March 9, 2015

PEFF '15

Princeton Enviromental Film Festival 2015 Schedule of Films and Events

Free admission to all screenings, and they will be held at the Princeton Public Library,
65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, New Jersey.

TUESDAY MARCH 24  4:00 p.m.             The Walking Revolution

Produced by Every Body Walk, Rigler Creative
2013  |  30 min.

Cities were once designed on a human scale. As more and more people took to the roads, the suburbs quickly became the new frontier. After 75 years of planning that produces a sedentary lifestyle, a radical redesign of our cities and open space has begun. Parks and paths are making a comeback to create truly walkable communities through partnerships between residents, businesses, developers, municipalities, urban planners and health care providers.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Sam Bunting, Princeton Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee, featuring: Kathy Smith, Program Officer at 'Partners for Health' and Board Chair, America Walks; Janet Heroux, Physical Activity Specialist, New Jersey Department of Health; Jim Constantine, Principal, Looney Ricks Kiss; and Jerry Foster, Safe Routes To Schools Coordinator, Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association

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