Main Program: Stressing the Source



 
26 Oct 2017 15:45 - 17:00
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NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Climate change and diminishing natural resources are two major environmental problems plaguing nations across the globe. These alarming realities are intensified in impoverished areas, and understanding their regional impacts is vital. Learn how scientists, activists and writers engage with communities most vulnerable to climate change.

Perubahan iklim dan berkurangnya sumber daya alam adalah dua masalah lingkungan utama yang mewabah di seluruh dunia. Realitas yang mengkhawatirkan ini semakin meningkat di daerah miskin, dan memahami dampak di daerah mereka sangat penting. Pelajari bagaimana Ilmuwan, Pegiat, dan Penulis terlibat dalam komunitas yang paling rentan terhadap perubahan iklim.

Featuring

Viebeke

Viebeke is a social activist and Founder of the philanthropy community I Am Angel. The community provides a vast range of services, from educational support and healthcare, to addressing malnutrition, …


Robert Crocker

Robert Crocker is an Oxford-trained historian with a passionate interest in the environment. Teaching and researching in the area of design for sustainability at the University of South Australia, his …


Dene Mullen

Dene Mullen is Editor in Chief of Southeast Asia Globe magazine, a regional current affairs, business and lifestyle title with distribution in eight Southeast Asian countries. Originally from London, Dene …



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