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Pat, a guitarist in the band Carmanah, has a dream to convert a 1970's bus to run on used vegetable oil. Touring back and forth across Canada has a huge environmental footprint, and for a band that advocates for climate action and environmental justice both in their music and in presentations across the country, every step toward reducing their own footprint is important. But converting a bus to run on veggie oil isn’t an easy process, as Pat discovers when he opens the bus up - it’s a task that requires dedication, hard work, and a whole bunch of creativity. Even through the toughest moments, though, Pat doesn’t give up: “You do what you can with what you’ve got,” he says. Every small change can have a big impact, and Pat ends up inspiring a community of people to make their own small changes along the way.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    27 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Chelsea Kanstrup
  • Screenwriter
    Bryan Smith