Judith Brett in conversation
Please note: This is an online event.
Join Judith Brett – biographer, historian and an emeritus professor of politics at La Trobe University – for a frank and galvanising discussion about Australia’s coal addiction. Drawing from the findings in her new Quarterly Essay, she will unpack the consequences of our economic reliance on coal, from stalled climate-change policy to tensions between farmers and miners.
Brett will be joined in conversation by journalist Geraldine Doogue.
This is an online event and free to attend. Please book here, and you will be sent a unique Zoom link.
How to ‘attend’ a virtual event at Readings
This event commences online at 6.30pm using the video conferencing platform Zoom.
To book for this event, you must provide your email address.
To ensure the Zoom event stays private, participants will be emailed an unique zoom link and a password 30 minutes before the event begins on the day of the event. Please check your email.
All bookings for online events will be closed one hour before the event begins.
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