(What’s so funny ’bout) Peace, Love and Understanding

hot-topic-cover.jpg I’m just putting the final touches to my talk at tomorrow’s World Peace Summit: Climate Change – What To Do? in Wellington, at the Westpac St James Theatre. David Wratt, Pene Lefale and I will be covering climate science and local impacts, and Andrew West, Rod Oram, Rachel Brown and Nick Collins will handle the what to do part (full programme here). The day’s organised by the Yoga In Daily Life organisation, and their top man H. H. Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda (Swamiji) will be in the chair. The event runs from 9-00 to 5-30, and tickets are $75. Should be an interesting way to spend a Saturday for Wellingtonians, if you ignore my bit…

4 thoughts on “(What’s so funny ’bout) Peace, Love and Understanding”

  1. Looking at the programme seems to indicate there will be the usual maori-homogenising guff on offer at the start, but hope there’s a transcript of the other stuff somewhere…but I doubt it. Maybe you could post yours?

    How contemporary of the swamji though haha!

  2. Dear Gareth,
    My husband and I both went to the conference and heard you (and about you) for the first time there. Your talk was far from ignorable! Kudos to your research and your presentation skills. Thanks for making your points in such an well understandable way, and I sincerely hope that’s not the last of you we’ve seen in Wellington.

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