Author Tour: David Ritter in Perth

David Ritter, CEO of Greenpeace Australia Pacific, will be in Perth next week to deliver a number of talks and interviews on his new book, The Coal Truth: the fight to stop Adani, defeat the big polluters and reclaim our democracy.


Find the event that's happening nearest to you!


Tuesday 10 July, South Perth Library, interview with Jamie Yallop from 350.org. Event link: http://bit.ly/rittersouthperth.


Wednesday 11 July, Town of Victoria Park Library, interview with environmental historian Andrea Gaynor. Event link: http://bit.ly/rittervicpark.


Friday 13 July, PS Art Space (with Fremantle Library), author talk. Event link: http://bit.ly/ritterpsas

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