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Evidence and Options for the Future
Public lecture by Professor Emeritus Guy McPherson
Wednesday 22 October, 5.30 pmWG126, Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT University City Campus, Mayoral Drive
This presentation presents evidence regarding abrupt climate change and poses a few questions for consideration: Shall we respond to anthropogenic climate change? If so, how? What tools can be employed by society and the media to positively alter the future? What role do individuals play? How shall we live in light of this information?
9am – 3pm, Friday 15 August 2014
WG306, Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT University
Open Day for Year 12 &13 Maori & Pasifika Students interested in Communication Studies
Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT University, Auckland
A century after 1914, it is timely to consider how World War I was started, prosecuted and reported on, from different national perspectives. How does this conflict appear in retrospect? As a prequel to World War II? The ‘beginning’ of the 20th century? Or as an avoidable, stand-alone catastrophe? These questions provoke wider reflection upon the connections between media, war and memory. What are these connections? How have they changed over time? Conference participants will, we hope, respond to these questions.
Pacific Journalism Review 20th Anniversary Conference and Celebration. Programme includes:
- Investigative journalism
- Documentary films
- Media industry panels
- PJR celebration
WG126, AUT University, Sir Paul Reeves Building, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, Auckland CBD
AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building, Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD
Last updated: 06-May-2014 9.29am
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