Science Week at the Cathedral with Tony Rinaudo, the "Forest Maker"
"The Forest Underground: Hope for a Planet in Crisis"
A rapid, low cost, scalable solution to climate change? This year’s annual Science Week at the Cathedral (SWAC) will feature the revolutionary work of Melbourne missionary agronomist Tony Rinaudo.
Millions of hectares of Africa have been regenerated through Tony’s work, which now offers great hope for climate change.
SWAC is a partnership between St Paul’s and ISCAST–Christians in Science and Technology. Tony is an ISCAST Fellow.
Please retain your registration confirmation email, as this will act as your ticket upon entry. You can either show this on your device or print it out.
In the event of COVID restrictions preventing attendance at the Cathedral, the event will be livestreamed via Zoom or YouTube, and all registered participants will receive the access link by email prior to 10 am on the day of the event.