Written by ben
Saturday, 14 April 2012 16:44
Nicole Foss is one of those rare people who understands and explains the links between the global dangers of resource depletion, economic failure and increasing inequity. She has multiple degrees in biology, neuroscience, psychology, international law, and air and water pollution.
Join us for a public information session where Nicole will outline the direction and characteristics of a new sustainable economy and what this means in our everyday lives. She will discuss what is coming, why it is coming, what you can do about it, and how urgent it is that you do it now. Most importantly though, she will prepare people to work with their communities to create a brighter (though lower energy) future.
Despite Australia's 'soft' experience during recent tough times in Europe and the US; Nicole believes we are about to face the same kind of economic conditions. Nicole presents a lively, passionate and well-informed analysis of what’s going on and how individuals and communities can get ready.
Nicole will give a 1-2 hour presentation followed by a Q&A session with Ilargi, her colleague from The Automatic Earth.
This event is bought to you by: Energetic Communities, Food Connect, Friends of the Earth, Permablitz Brisbane and Transition Kurilpa.
Food and snacks available on the night.
Jagera Arts Centre
121 Cordelia Street
Musgrave Park, South Brisbane
Sunday 22nd April
Doors open 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start
$15/10 at the door
CityCycle parking on Edmonstone Street.
Car parking available, enter via Cordelia Street.
Bus #200, #100, #120 - 600m walk from South Bank Busway.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
Last Updated on Saturday, 14 April 2012 17:28