Politics in the Pub

April 11, 2010 at 2:50 pm 1 comment

Worried about the future? Don’t panic. Pour a drink and let’s talk.

Our next Politics in the Pub is on 29 April 6.30pm at the Edinburgh Castle with the topic ‘What Would a Sustainable World Look Like?’

  • Would we be living on self sufficient farms, high density urban housing, or caves?
  • Will we be working less, or working from home?
  • Will we have flying cars that run on our rubbish?
  • And most importantly will we have to wear white jumps suits?

Our first Politics in the Pub, held on March 23 was a great success, with new and old faces discussing climate change well into the night. There was plenty of animated discussion after a short presentation on ‘Melbourne in a Warmer World’ by author David Spratt.

Download this pdf for more details CAM_PITP_V1F_1004

Please note that this event has changed dates from Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th April.

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  • 1. johanna  |  April 15, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    will there be a guest speaker at the 2nd event?

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