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Climate change is here and it’s real. What are the challenges and responsibilities of writers to tell stories in a climate-changed world? MahMah Timoteo, Bronwyn Hayward and Erik Kennedy discuss the role of writers in the face of climate change with Melanie Dixon. What stories should we be telling and why? How can we strike a balance between hope and disaster? And how can writers make a positive impact in a world with an increasingly gloomy future?

With support from the Royal Society Te Apārangi and University of Canterbury

This session was a live event on the 24th of August and can now be watched at home On Demand until 11.59pm, Sunday 17 September. To book your On Demand ticket, click GET TICKETS. Buy one session for $15, or all 12 sessions for $120.



Image credit: Camila Araos Elevancini

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