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Part 1: Dr. James Lovelock Lecture

On May 26, 2009, Corporate Knights presented Dr. James Lovelock, originator of The Gaia Hypothesis (also known as Gaia Theory), discussing the need for human adaptation and survival in a coming era of massive environmental change due to global heating. Part one in a series of five as Dr. Lovelock lectures on his latest book, "The Vanishing Face of Gaia".

Videography and editing by Jon-Erik Lappano, Multimedia Director.

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On May 26, Dr. James Lovelock, world-renowned scientist and originator of the Gaia Hypothesis, spoke to a packed Glenn Gould Studio at the CBC in Toronto on the topic of his latest book, The Vanishing Face of Gaia.

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On May 26, 2009, Corporate Knights presented Dr. James Lovelock, originator of The Gaia Hypothesis (also known as Gaia Theory), discussing the need for human adaptation and survival in a coming era of massive environmental change due to global heating. Part one in a series of five as Dr. Lovelock lectures on his latest book, "The Vanishing Face of Gaia".

Videography and editing by Jon-Erik Lappano, Multimedia Director.

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On May 26, 2009, Corporate Knights presented Dr. James Lovelock, originator of The Gaia Hypothesis (also known as Gaia Theory), discussing the need for human adaptation and survival in a coming era of massive environmental change due to global heating. Part two in a series of five as Dr. Lovelock lectures on his latest book, "The Vanishing Face of Gaia".

Videography and editing by Jon-Erik Lappano, Multimedia Director.

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On May 26, 2009, Corporate Knights presented Dr. James Lovelock, originator of The Gaia Hypothesis (also known as Gaia Theory), discussing the need for human adaptation and survival in a coming era of massive environmental change due to global heating. Part three in a series of five as Dr. Lovelock lectures on his latest book, "The Vanishing Face of Gaia".

Videography and editing by Jon-Erik Lappano, Multimedia Director.

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On May 26, 2009, Corporate Knights presented Dr. James Lovelock, originator of The Gaia Hypothesis (also known as Gaia Theory), discussing the need for human adaptation and survival in a coming era of massive environmental change due to global heating. Part four in a series of five as Dr. Lovelock lectures on his latest book, "The Vanishing Face of Gaia".

Videography and editing by Jon-Erik Lappano, Multimedia Director.

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On May 26, 2009, Corporate Knights presented Dr. James Lovelock, originator of The Gaia Hypothesis (also known as Gaia Theory), discussing the need for human adaptation and survival in a coming era of massive environmental change due to global heating. Part five in a series of five as Dr. Lovelock lectures on his latest book, "The Vanishing Face of Gaia". Videography and editing by Jon-Erik Lappano, Multimedia Director.

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