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.
READ MORE in the New York Times, The Conversation, Guardian or listen to an interview with Tim Flannery on ABC Radio National Breakfast with Fran Kelly.
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