Body Count

Body Count

Paddy Manning discusses the human toll of climate change with Jane Rawson.


Sunday 13 September 2020, 11:00 am - 11:45 am


Watch the event with us in real-time on YouTube or Facebook live and post your questions to Paddy via the chat function.



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Respected journalist Paddy Manning tells stories of tragedy, loss, heroism and resilience, in a book that is both monument and warning in his account of the human toll of climate change. With Jane Rawson.

Watch the event with us in real-time on YouTube or Facebook live and post your questions to Paddy via the chat function.

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