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25May2011: Eradicating Ecocide

> Eradicating Ecocide: laws and governance to prevent the destruction of our planet

> 25 May, 1830 New Theatre, East Building
> SPEAKER: Polly Higgins
> Polly Higgins advocates a different approach to preventing the
> destruction of our planet. Instead of our laws protecting
> the property rights of the few, we can shift to laws that impose
> responsibilities, duties and obligations for the benefit of
> the many.
> Polly Higgins is a barrister, author and international environmental
> lawyer, voted by the Ecologist as one of the 'Worlds Top
> ten Visionary Thinkers' for her earlier work advancing the Universal Declaration of Planetary Rights.
>
> Homo Sapiens Report, the Future of Humanity

> 31 May, 1830 -2000 New Theatre, East Building
> SPEAKER: Michael Wadleigh
> The Homo Sapiens Foundation is part of an official project of UNESCO's
> education for sustainable development.
> Michael Wadleigh's highly visual presentation will take a broad look
> at the complex issues mankind will be facing over the next century.
> Michael Wadleigh is an Oscar winning film director and co-founder of
> The Homo Sapiens Foundation.
>

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