There is no possibility of achieving our stated goal of sustainable development if we don’t stabilise the human population and reduce our resource demands.
Recognised by the Queensland government as “a living legend”, Prof Ian Lowe is popular keynote and conference speaker and an internationally recognised expert on environmental issues, energy, science, technology and futures.
He writes a weekly column for New Scientist.
He has held senior advisory roles for all three levels of government and consulted extensively. In 1988, Ian was named Australian Humanist of the Year and in 1991 delivered the Boyer Lectures for the ABC.
In 2000 Ian received the Queensland Premier's Millennium Award for Excellence in Science and the Prime Minster's Environmental Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement. He also received the Eureka Award for Promotion of Science.
Ian captivated the audience through his great mannerism delivering an appropriate speech to the audience. Time flew by and many people would have listened to him much longer. He had supurb k ... keep readingnowledge of the subject at hand. Great Speaker. Powercor Australia
Obviously knew the subject matter very well but also connected with the audience very well.