Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) is a charity established in 2004 motivated by a vision of a low carbon future that includes everyone.
We have established a reputation as leading specialists on climate change communication.
Wednesday 29th May 2013 7 – 9pm
Holywell Music Rooms, Holywell Street, Oxford, OX1 3BN
To mark the release of George Monbiot’s forthcoming book “Feral: Searching for Enchantment on the Frontiers of Rewilding”, the Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) are hosting an outstanding evening of enlightening discussions. Not-to-be missed, this intimate book launch presented by George Monbiot and chaired by George Marshall, will delve into the fascinating depths of the hotly debated topics of Feral within the delightful surrounds of the historical Holywell Music Rooms.
COIN invites the audience to engage in a new and exciting perspective on climate change with one of the world’s leading environmental journalists and pioneers of modern thinking.
Rewilding is the mass restoration of the natural world. George Monbiot will discuss how, by restoring habitats on land and at sea and bringing back fascinating and enthralling wildlife, we can not only throw destructive processes into reverse, but also radically alter the natural carbon cycle, reducing greenhouse gases in unexpected and remarkable ways.
Signed copies of Feral will be available for purchase at a discounted rate, a day ahead of the national release date.
(after making your purchase your name will be added to the guest list at reception, any profits from the event will support the work of COIN )
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