Dr. Tim Flannery Discusses Here on Earth: A Natural History of Our Planet
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Dr. Tim Flannery — Professor of Science, Maquarie University; Chair, Copenhagen Climate Council; Author, Here on Earth: A Natural History of the Planet
Greg Dalton — Vice President of Special Projects, The Commonwealth Club; Founder, Climate One – Moderator
Internationally acclaimed scientist, explorer and conservationist Flannery explores the transformation of Earth and unlocks the deepest mysteries of our planet. Beginning with the Big Bang, he traces back early signs of life, the development of the ocean, and the evolution of our own species.
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