Webinar: Bram Büscher and Rob Fletcher on ‘The Conservation Revolution: Radical Ideas for Conserving Nature Beyond the Anthropocene’

The School of Geography, University of Melbourne and Journal of Political Ecology will host a webinar by Bram Büscher and Rob Fletcher on their new book ‘The Conservation Revolution: Radical Ideas for Conserving Nature Beyond the Anthropocene’.

Discussants: Associate Professor Haripriya (Priya) Rangan (School of Geography, Melbourne) and Dr. Sarah Milne (RE&D, ANU)

When:  4:00 PM, May 7, 2020 (Melbourne, Australian Eastern Standard Time) – https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/4830821126

8:00 AM, May 7, Amsterdam time.

Some terms of reference:

We have bandwidth for 200 plus audio participants. When logging on please MUTE your audio/ close video.

Questions can be raised via the chat function and will be answered after the discussion.

Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android: https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/4830821126

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