Ten years after his internationally bestselling book The Weather Makers, Chief Councillor Tim Flannery's new book, Atmosphere of Hope: Searching for Solutions to the Climate Crisis, argues that Earth’s climate system is approaching a crisis. Catastrophe is not inevitable, but time is fast running out.
In the lead-up to the United Nations Climate Change Summit to be held in Paris in December, Atmosphere of Hope provides both a snapshot of the trouble we are in and an up-to-the-minute analysis of some of the new possibilities for mitigating climate change that are emerging now.
7 Sep 7:30pm: Tim Flannery and Kate Holden visit Eumundi
8 Sep: Text at the 2015 Word for Word Festival
8 Sep 6:30pm: Outspoken Maleny: Tim Flannery and Kate Holden
9 Sep: Text at the 2015 Write Around the Murray Festival
13 Sep 11am: Tim Flannery in Brunswick with Triple R: Live in Conversation during Einstein A Go-Go
15 Sep 6:15pm: The Fifth Estate: Tim Flannery at the Wheeler Centre, Melbourne
16 Sep 6:30pm: Tim Flannery visits Eltham Bookshop
17 Sep 6:30pm: Tim Flannery at Canberra’s Australian National University
19 Sep 3pm: Tim Flannery in Wentworth Falls: Mick Dark Talk for the Future
21 Sep 7pm: Tim Flannery visits Fremantle
22 Sep 6:30pm: Tim Flannery visits Mt Lawley
23 Sep 6:30pm: Tim Flannery at the University of Sydney: A Global Climate Deal in 2016
24 Sep 6pm: Tim Flannery visits Hobart
26 Sep 6pm: Tim Flannery at Castlemaine Town Hall