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9 June 2022
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
All ages welcome
Manchester Histories Festival
We have reached the point of no return. The existential threat of climate change is now a reality. The world has never been more vulnerable. In Ecocide, a new, hard-hitting book, author David Whyte makes clear the problem won’t be solved by tinkering around the edges, instead it maps out a plan to end the corporation’s death-watch over us.
In collaboration with Manchester University Press.
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The venue is fully accessible and there will be a BSL (British Sign Language) signer present at the venue.
The event is free of charge but as a small charity we welcome your donations as your help will enable us to continue our work. Suggested donations from £3.00 – £10.00. All donations gratefully received.
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