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|Title:||The upside of down: catastrophe, creativity and the renewal of civilization|
|Organisation:||Friends of the University of Adelaide Library|
Advertiser Big Book Club
|Subject:||Homer-Dixon, Thomas F. Upside of down|
Environmental sciences Social aspects
Renewable natural resources Social aspects
Environmental degradation Social aspects
|Description:||Climate change, energy crises, environmental pressures, population stress, economic instability and inequity: is this a world on the brink of catastrophe? There’s reason to think so. Thomas Homer-Dixon discusses his new book which explains that these ’tectonic stresses’, massive and frightening though they are, are not the end of the story.|
Talk recorded at the University of Adelaide, Ira Raymond Exhibition Room, Barr Smith Library, 30 Aug. 2007, at a free public talk hosted by the Friends of the University of Adelaide Library in conjunction with The Advertiser Big Book Club.
|Appears in Collections:||Friends of the University of Adelaide Presentations|
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