Climate Fail: How the green movement made climate change worse... And how we can fix it

Zion Lights
Zion Lights Science communicator
Date 07/04/2021 at 18.00 - 07/04/2021 at 19.00 Where Zoom webinar
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Join us for a special joint event, organised by the Sustainability & Conservation Hub and the Green Society.

Zion Lights

Zion Lights is a science communicator who is known for her environmental advocacy work. She is author of The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting, the first evidence-based book of its kind. Zion is an astronomer and she has given a TED talk on stargazing. She is the former Editor of The Hourglass, Extinction Rebellion's print newspaper. Zion is active on Twitter @ziontree, her website is www.zionlights.co.uk.
 

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