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Dragon Hall Debate: Should We Let Nature Take Its Course?

Monday 22 October
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall
7 - 9pm
Free - booking required

FULLY BOOKED!

With sea levels on the rise and tidal erosion escalating, the fragility of being an island nation has never been more apparent, particularly to Norfolk’s vulnerable coasts and the people who call them home. Happisburgh coastal campaigner Malcolm Kerby, Dr Sue Brooks from Birkbeck, University of London, and Patrick Barkham – author of Coastlines: The Story of our Shore – join our Dragon Hall Debates panel to discuss and debate. Should we take action, or let nature take its course?

Age: 16+

About Dragon Hall Debates

The free Dragon Hall Debates series, presented jointly by the University of East Anglia and the National Centre for Writing, tackles a range of topical scientific, cultural and political issues, drawing on the expertise of UEA academics as well as guest thinkers, writers and commentators. Come along and hear from the panel, then join the conversation and have your say. All are welcome.

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October 22, 2018 7:00 pm October 22, 2018 7:00 pm Europe/London Dragon Hall Debate: Should We Let Nature Take Its Course? Writers' Centre Norwich –

FULLY BOOKED! With sea levels on the rise and tidal erosion escalating, the fragility of being an island nation has never been more apparent, particularly to Norfolk’s vulnerable coasts and the people who call them home. Happisburgh coastal campaigner Malcolm Kerby, Dr Sue Brooks from Birkbeck, University of London, and Patrick Barkham – author of […]

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