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Michael Morpurgo and Professor Ian Goldin in conversation

Saturday 11th June 14:00 at Oxford Museum of Natural History, Parks Rd, Oxford, OX1 3PW

Join master storyteller Michael Morpurgo and Professor Ian Goldin, head of the Oxford Martin School, as they discuss the importance of our environment, and how to protect its future.

Can people flourish alongside the environment, or will human development and sustainability always be in conflict?

There will be a chance to see a screening of Michael Morpurgo's short film for the Climate Coalition 'For the Love Of' campaign entitled 'I Wish For You'. The film stars Sir Ian McKellen and Maxime Peake.

"Development is not someone else's issue, it concerns us ALL" Professor Ian Goldin

As a former member of the highest echelons of the World Bank, The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, Ian Goldin's credentials in the field of development could not be more impressive. He believes that the future of advanced and developing countries are intertwined. That only with cooperation and partnership will developed and developing countries conquer the evils of global pandemics, climate change, conflict and fundamentalism.

This event was concieved for the Oxford Festival of Nature and Lo-Carbon Oxford.

Tickets available from: www.bbowt.org.uk

Oxford Museum of Natural History, Parks Rd, Oxford, OX1 3PW

Saturday 11th June 14:00

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