The Canada Tibet Committee is hosting a dinner and public talk by Michael Buckley, author of Meltdown in Tibet.
World Environment Day: WHY TIBET MATTERS
Environment, climate change, and geopolitical context in Tibet
Sunday June 2 – 6pm to 9pm
Dinner, music, and discussion at Bombay Kitchen and Bar (1018 Commercial Drive, Vancouver)
Public Talk by Michael Buckley, Author of “Meltdown in Tibet” (https://www.meltdownintibet.com/)
6pm: Dinner: Set menu includes appetizers, main course dishes, and dessert
7pm: Music and Public Talk
– Musical Performance by Tenzin Jampa, Dranyan artist (Tibetan Lute)
– Presentation and Q&A by Michael Buckley on the environment in Tibet (aka the Third Pole) and why it matters to Asia–and the rest of the world. Issues include melting glaciers, damming of rivers, mining, and pollution on the Tibetan Plateau.
TICKETS MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE
Ticket price (includes meal/tax/tip): $35 vegetarian/$40 non-vegetarian (book in advance, pay at the door, cash only)
Drinks extra: $5 each, purchase at the restaurant (cash, credit, or debt)
Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2239074659517864/