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* Feature interview/extract in major Australian and NZ newspapers * Television interviews on programs such as ABC News Breakfast and Channel 10's The Project * National radio interviews on programs such as RN Breakfast and Radio NZ's Nine to Noon * Radio interviews across local ABC and commercial stations in all capital cities * Widespread review coverage across print media nationally * Wide online review and feature coverage * Review coverage in science and environment magazines * Review coverage in literary journals and magazines such as ABR and the Monthly * Author is a guest of major writers festivals in 2017 * Father's Day focused advertisements in literary and current affairs publications such as ABR, Monthly, Big Issue and on their associated websites * Promotions and giveaways with targeted subscriber groups such as climate change awareness and environmental protection groups * Major social media campaign including targeted Facebook ads * Feature title in Text newsletter and on website * Significant budget for advertising in bookseller newsletter and Father's Day catalogues

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Tim Flannery has published over thirty books including the award-winning The Future Eaters, The Weather Makers and Here on Earth and the novel The Mystery of the Venus Island Fetish. In 2005 he was named Australian Humanist of the Year and in 2007 Australian of the Year. In 2007 he co-founded and was appointed Chair of the Copenhagen Climate Council. In 2011 he became Australia's Chief Climate Commissioner, and in 2013 he founded the Australian Climate Council. His previous book is Atmosphere of Hope: Searching for Solutions to the Climate Crisis.

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'This man is a national treasure, and we should heed his every word.' Sunday Telegraph 'It is difficult to overstate the importance of this concise, convincingly argued view of our world's prospects for its survival and improvement over the next 33 years...Every one of this slim treatise's 127 pages packs a punch, and its timely content deserves to be read by all of us.' Books + Publishing

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