Tuesday 13th November 2012 at 18.00
by Stanley Johnson
Greenpeace medal winning Stanley Johnson is a British conservationist, crossing the globe to meeting local conservation heroes and the endangered species they are fighting to protect. He has been a pioneer of the environmental movement since 1970, a civil servant with the EU Commission and an member of the European Parliament.
As such he has been a priviliged actor and observer of the environmental scene worlwide.He is a gifted and captivating storyteller and the author of several books and articles.
Stanley Johnson will take a broad bird-eye view on forty years of environmental action and policies, particularly in Europe, drawing lessons for the future of our planet Earth.
The event will take place at the:
Royal Academy of Belgium
Hertogstraat 1 rue Ducale
A summary of the speech is available for download.
For further reading we recommend Stanley Johnson’s recent book
Where the Wild Things Were .