Sufficient for the Day: towards a Sustainable Culture
was officially launched on Thursday 15 September 2011. A crowd numbering over 80 people gathered at Dymocks bookstore on Collins St in Melbourne to support the publication.
Guest speaker Dr Paul Mees, and the author of the publication, Geoff Lacey, spoke about the significance of the book. Dr Mees teaches and researches in the areas of transport planning and statutory planning at RMIT. To hear his address please click HERE
A civil engineer, Geoff Lacey is also well known as a pioneering environmentalist and naturalist. He is an Honorary Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne.
This is the Yarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy’s first publication as well as Groff Lacey’s first book since his landmark work on the ecology of the Yarra, “Still glides the Stream”: the Natural History of the Yarra from Heidelberg to Yarra Bend (2004).
To hear a lecture delivered by Geoff Lacey to Social Policy Connections, please click HERE