George Monbiot : Videoconference Tuesday 3rd July

FRIENDS OF THE EARTH – CLIMATE CHANGE FORUMS
George Monbiot: What Australia Should do to Stop the Planet Burning

Date: Tuesday 3rd July 2007
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Law GM15 Theatre, Law Building
Melbourne University Parkville campus
* On the corner of Leicester and Pelham Streets.

George Monbiot Live via climate friendly videoconference

George Monbiot (www.monbiot.com) is an internationally renowned journalist, acclaimed author, academic and environmental and political activist in the United Kingdom who writes a weekly column for The Guardian newspaper. In his most recent book ‘Heat’, George presents compelling arguments about what we need to do to prevent runaway, catastrophic climate change. George will deliver his presentation via an interactive video conference link-up where attendees at the Melbourne University venue will be able to ask George questions after his presentation. He will focus his talk on what we need to do internationally and in Australia to work towards a liveable future for our children.
Seating is limited so arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Entry by gold coin donation
Organised by:- Friends of the Earth, Melbourne- Melbourne University – School Social and Environmental Enquiry- Melbourne University Student Union Environment Department
Supported by:- City of Yarra
For more information contactemail: globalisation@foe.org.au
phone: AU +61 394198700 www: www.foe.org.au