Eminent British philosopher A. C. Grayling discusses his book Who Owns the Moon?, calling for a global consensus to protect the resources of our solar system.  


12 May 13:30
State Library Conversation Quarter
Access: Assisted Listening Wheelchair
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As Earth’s resources dwindle, the world’s superpowers and wealthiest corporations are turning their eyes to the moon and planets for valuable raw materials. 

In his fascinating book Who Owns the Moon?, eminent British philosopher A.C. Grayling calls for a new global consensus to curb territorial and commercial ambitions in space, exploring how the devastating precedents of colonisation and terra nullius make clear the need for treaties and conventions that protect the interests of humanity as a whole.   


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A.C. Grayling: Who Owns the Moon?