Conservation/Climate Change Lecture

Conservation & Animal Protection Activist Anthony Marr
will talk about: Climate Change

Global Heating: Climate Tipping Points. Feedback Loops, and Species Extinction
Due to: the The Canadian Seal Hunt -
The Alberta Tar Sands: The Most Environmentally Destructive Project on Earth - The Global Anti-Hunting Coalition

Wednesday, August 25th , 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
The Front Lounge at the Community Church
28 East 35th Street, Manhattan
(Between Park and Madison)
$5 Donation Suggested

Anthony Marr holds a science degree from the UBC and has worked as a field geophysicist and an environmental technologist. In 1995, he became a full time wildlife preservationist, which has brought him to India three times, earning him the title of the "Champion of the Bengal Tiger" in the Champions of the Wild TV series aired in 20 countries. As an anti-hunting activist, he has conducted high profile campaigns in Canada for the bears and seals, and been to Japan twice for the whales and dolphins. He is the founder of Heal Our Planet Earth (HOPE) and is currently on his fourth Compassion for Animals Road Expedition (CARE-4), covering 40 states. He is also the author of Omni-Science.