Main Program: Tim Flannery: Sunlight and Seaweed

28 Oct 2017 09:00 - 10:00
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

It can be hard to feel hope in the face of daily news updates on climate change and our threatened environment. Scientist, writer and 2007 Australian of the Year Tim Flannery insists that we can imagine a positive future for the planet, in his accessible and uplifting Sunlight and Seaweed: An Argument for How to Feed, Power and Clean Up the World.

Sulit untuk merasakan harapan dalam menghadapi berita terbaru harian tentang perubahan iklim dan lingkungan kita yang terancam. Ilmuwan, Penulis, dan  Australian of the Year Tim Flannery 2007 menegaskan bahwa kita dapat membayangkan masa depan yang positif bagi planet ini, dalam karyanya yang mudah diakses dan menyenangkan berjudul Sunlight and Seaweed: An Argument for How to Feed, Power and Clean Up the World.


Tom Owen Edmunds

Tom Owen Edmunds heads the Climate Change Unit at the British Embassy Jakarta. Previous posts include Lahore and Colombo. In the 1990s, he was described by the British Journal of …

Tim Flannery

One of Australia’s leading writers on climate change, Tim Flannery has published over 30 books including the award-winning The Future Eaters, The Weather Makers, Here on Earth and the novel …

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