Tamsin Omond, Ann Pettifor and Lucy Winkett amongst speakers confirmed for Paradise Lost & Found
On Sunday 20th May, we’re are pleased to host an afternoon of thought-provoking short talks from economists, campaigners, writers and thinkers.
The event aims to start discussion around Greenbelt’s theme for 2012 – Saving Paradise. Each of the ten speakers will be offering ideas around how paradise was lost, and how it might be possible to recover it again.
Contributors include environmental campaigner Tamsin Omond, economist Ann Pettifor, Speaker’s chaplain Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, author and Greenbelt trustee Martin Wroe, St James Piccadilly’s Canon Lucy Winkett, writer and campaigner Symon Hill of Ekklesia, writer and activist Paul Vallely, journalist Abdul-Rehman Malik and Professor of Computing Christopher Barnatt.
The event starts at 14.30 and tickets cost just £10.