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Requiem for a Species

Clive Hamilton discussing his new book called ‘Requiem for a Species’ at the Byron Writers Festival yesterday. If you haven’t read ‘Requiem for a Species’- Clive’s book- I highly recommend it. Also James Lovelock, creator of the Gaia Theory, who … Continue reading

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Peak Civilisation

Last night Dr Paul Taylor provided a brilliant presentation to residents of the Tweed Valley in northern NSW where he outlined clearly and succinctly, using scientific data, why we need to act now if we are to, in the words … Continue reading

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I am Gaia, Hear me Roar

At a seminar today Gaia was described as ‘Mother Earth’, conjuring up pictures of a nurturing, protective, maternal figure. James Lovelock, developer of the Gaia Theory, the fiercely independent 90 year old scientist who has studied much of the human … Continue reading

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