Join us for an intergenerational conversation about environmental activism.
Maanha Manzur, a Year 10 student at Harrison School, has attended the recent School Strike4Climate events because her education has helped her to ‘join the dots’ about what she believes is the greatest threat to her generation – climate change. Glenys Patulny OAM, current Board Member of Landcare ACT, and former Vice-Principal of Lanyon High School, and Maanha will reflect on their experiences.
School Strike4Climate Garema Place, 15 March 2019
Credit: Kate Gardiner
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