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Best Selling Author Heading to New Zealand

Best Selling Author Heading to New Zealand

As Dr Will Tuttle’s sold out Australian speaking tour draws to a close, he’s excited to be able to bring his vision for world peace to New Zealand.

Dr Tuttle, author of the best selling book, The World Peace Diet, has spoken in eleven (11) venues to sold out audiences across the country. His message of respect and compassion for others, as articulated in The World Peace Diet has been well received by his audience.

Dr. Tuttle spoke about how we have to eat more sustainably. "If we keep going the way we are going, the climate is not going to be able to support the huge amounts of methane, nitrous oxide and other things that are de-stabilising the climate, such as cutting down the rainforests and over fishing the oceans," he said. "As we have more people on the Earth, we have to eat in a more environmentally sustainable way".

“It’s been enlightening to hear Dr. Tuttle speak about the ways in which we can make changes to our own lives that make a real difference” said Amanda Sorrenson, New Zealand Tour Coordinator.

Dr. Tuttle will be speaking in New Zealand between February 20 – 26, in Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland, Kaitaia and Hamilton.

ENDS.

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