US Consul General Bob Settje said: “To recognise Earth Day, the Consulate wanted films that would resonate with Bermudians. We think these two stories will.

“One is about creating a park from a dump, which I know is the ultimate goal of the Marsh Folly compost facility.

“The other is about renewable energy, with an emphasis on solar power. That too would seem to have relevance for Bermuda.”

The films will be screened upstairs at the Bermuda National Library on Hamilton’s Queen St at 6pm.

Entrance is free and the show starts at 6pm.

The US Consulate said that space was limited to 50 people on a first come, first served basis.

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