Envisioning a Pathway to Sustainability: John Liu on ecosystem restoration
Tuesday 28 February 5pm at City Hall
I’m a huge admirer of John Liu, having seen his films and heard him discuss his work at international conferences. John is an award-winning film maker who documents ecosystem restoration efforts from around the world. His message and what he communicates visually is incredibly inspiring and hopeful – not just in terms of climate change, but also in transforming people’s livelihoods.
That’s why I’ve invited him to give a multi-media presentation at City Hall on Tuesday 28 February. The public are invited but RSVP is essential.
John will present clips from his film Hope in a Changing Climate, which documents one of the largest restoration projects ever attempted: a 35,000 square kilometre tract of land on China’s Loess Plateau. The plateau’s transformation affirms the possibility of rehabilitating large-scale damaged ecosystems. John will also explore efforts in Africa, the Americas, and Europe.
Envisioning a Pathway to Sustainability: John Liu on ecosystem restoration is Tuesday, 28 February 2012 at 5pm at City Hall, London. RSVP is essential. Email Alex Csicsek at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details, and any affiliation.