By Tyler Sutherland
A locally-produced documentary on the fossil fuel industry will premiere tonight at the University of Manitoba.
“Drive For Free — The Alternative Fuel Revolution” is a film that follows the quest for fossil-free fuels. The film explores the use of and the research into alternative fuel sources in Manitoba, tracing a range of approaches from the grass roots individual endeavours to the high-tech research conducted at the University of Manitoba by David Levin, biosystems engineering and Richard Sparling, microbiology.
The film will screen in the Robert Schultz Theatre at 172 St. John’s College on the U of M’s Fort Garry Campus beginning at 7 p.m.
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