Hugh Lacey on Ecology & Social Justice.

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Hugh Lacey: Laudato Si’, GM crops, & agroecology in Brazil.

Sunday 5 March 1:30pm

St Ambrose Hall, 3 Dawson Street, Brunswick

Special attention to agroecology, an alternative to genetically modified organism-intensive agriculture.

Respondents: Dr Anne Elvey and Simon Reeves

Because of the Sydney Rd. Street Party, parts of the street will be closed to traffic. The hall is a short walk from Jewell Station (Upfield line). The Tram Replacement buses run from Elizabeth St. in the city to Brunswick St., with a ten minute walk.

Enquiries Geoff Lacey 03 9489 4784  |  glacey@unimelb.edu.au

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