Mark Lynas

Mark Lynas is an environmental author and campaigner. His most recent book is The God Species, tracing how humanity must respect the Earth’s biosphere to keep the planet habitable. His previous two books, Six Degrees and High Tide, focused on global warming. He was until recently advisor to the President of the Maldives, as well as being a visiting research associate at Oxford University’s School of Geography and the Environment

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Sunday 20 October 2013, 3.30pm Frobisher Auditorium 2

Publications

The God Species: how the planet can survive the age of humans (Fourth Estate, 2011)

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