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Meet David Suzuki in Auckland & Wellington

AUCKLAND “An Hour with David Suzuki”
When: 4.45 - 6pm, Thursday 14th March, 2002
Where: Dymocks Atrium, Elliott Street, Auckland Central
RSVP to: Dymocks Atrium, Tel. 09-366 2095 by Monday 11th March

David will speak from 5pm, and his books will be available for purchase, including his latest "Good News for a Change". He will happily sign copies of his books, including those that people have already read and brought from home. Wine and nibbles will be served. There will be no cover charge, but people are advised to arrive early. Free parking is available behind the Atrium for people who make a purchase from Dymocks.

WELLINGTON “An Hour with David Suzuki”
When: 10 - 11am, Friday 15th March,
Where: The Embassy Theatre, Courtnay Place David will be taking part in the New Zealand Post Writers & Readers Week in Wel-lington on Friday 15th March.

His event will be chaired by journalist and author David Young.

Tickets can be purchased through Ticketek (04-384-3840) $12 and $9

A remarkable character, David has won awards for his work as a scientist, an environmentalist, and as a broadcaster. You may have heard his "From Naked Ape to Superspecies" when it was broadcast on RadioNZ last year.

He is adept at explaining the complexities of science in a compelling and comprehensible manner, and his work in sustainable ecology has been celebrated by such diverse groups as the United Na-tions and Canada's First Nations people - in fact, two First Nation tribes have formally adopted him. More than this, David has a vision for the planet that sees multi-national corporations and environmental groups working happily together, side by side. In his new book "Good News for a Change" he insists that in some cases this vision is already a reality. “Good News for a Change” is published by Allen & Unwin and available from all good bookstores. RRP$36.95

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