What happens when a leading New Zealand scientist (and frequent traveller) rules out flying for a year?
In the last two weeks of November, Shaun Hendy will travel around New Zealand by train, ferry and bus to deliver five public talks in connection with his recently published BWB Text, #NoFly: Walking The Talk on Climate Change – an honest account of one person’s attempt ‘to adapt’ in the face of growing climate anxiety.
Join Shaun Hendy at the Palmerston North City Library, where he will be interviewing Distinguished Professor Robert McLachlan about Massey University’s zero carbon pledge – the last public talk and discussion of Shaun’s six-stop, national #NoFly tour.
Monday 2 December
Refreshments from 5.30pm
Palmerston North City Library
Books for sale through Bruce McKenzie Booksellers
All welcome, no RSVP necessary.
About the speakers
Professor Shaun Hendy FRSNZ is the director of Te Pūnaha Matatini, a New Zealand Centre of Research Excellence hosted by the University of Auckland. Shaun teaches at the University of Auckland, and has been the receipt of numerous awards for his work. He is author of recently published BWB Text, #NoFly: Walking the Talk on Climate Change.
Robert McLachlan is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Fundamental Sciences at Massey University, and a Fellow of the Royal Society Te Apārangi. He writes on climate change issues at planetaryecology.org.