This is the story of humans and fire
and how we’ve changed the world.
It’s a story about our civilisation and our environment, about wildfires and glaciers, war and wilderness.
It’s about tiny ocean creatures, giant machines, and teenagers protesting on city streets.
It’s about climate change, and the millions of people who are already taking action to do something about it.
This is an invitation to join in.
Join children’s writer Oisín McGann for a reading/discussion prompted by his new book A Short Hopeful Guide to Climate Change. Explore the important questions of our time: What is Climate Change? How can it be stopped? And what can you do to help the fight?
Dates Tues 1 & Weds 2 March 2022
Price & Format: €30 per class. Live Broadcast on ZOOM from Riverbank stage
Times 10am & 12pm. Duration: 45 mins
Suitable for 5th & 6th Class/First Year. To book contact Theresa, email@example.com
Please note, as this is a live interactive event with two classes per session, places are limited.
Early booking is essential.