How increasing population is making the task of government harder – Kelvin Thomson MP
The Australia Institute and Sustainable Population Australia will host a talk by Kelvin Thomson MP on the evening of Thursday 25 August.
Kelvin will discuss the topic ‘The witches’ hats theory of government: How increasing population is making the task of government harder.’
Providing food, water, energy, housing, education, jobs, health, liveable cities and protecting the environment are all made harder by a growing population. Governments wonder why their citizens don’t like them, but the solution is right under their noses.
Thursday 25 August7.30 – 8.30pmMolonglo Room, Canberra Club45 West Row, Canberra CityFREE – No need to RSVP
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