Jeff Sparrow: Crimes Against Nature Sat 10 Sep, 11am
Walkley Award–winning journalist Jeff Sparrow discusses his seventh book, Crimes Against Nature, which recasts ordinary people as the solution rather than the problem when it comes to preserving our planet. Telling stories of hope with 'the lucidity and animation of a true crime podcast' (The Saturday Paper), Sparrow uses fresh material to offer a more optimistic take on the most pressing issue of our time. With Elizabeth McCarthy.
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