25 Jun, 2003 10:00 PM

Tim Flannery is an internationally recognised scientist and author, and the Director of the South Australian Museum. He has a PhD from the University of New South Wales, a MSc from Monash University and a BA from La Trobe University, Australia.

Tim Flannery¹s research over two decades as a field scientist in Australia, New Guinea, and the Pacific Islands has instilled in him a respect for the insights to be gained from working with local communities. Best known for his ecological history of Australia, The Future Eaters, he is a renowned authority on extinct and endangered species.

Tim Flannery¹s views on the problems faced by Australia¹s environment are drawn from a deep commitment to a sustainable and equitable future for our land. He will be speaking about issues surrounding the environmental, ecological and social impacts of different land uses.


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