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Tim Flannery

Mammologist, Paleontologist, and founder - The Climate Council

Tim Flannery is an Australian scientist and explorer. He is the author of scientific articles and has also written several books, including The Future Eaters, a bestseller on the ecological history of Australia, and The Last Tribe, published in Italy by Corbaccio.
He taught at Harvard, served as the director of the South Australian Museum for seven years, and is currently a professor at Macquarie University, where he is involved in a research project on climate change.
Flannery is the Chair of the State Science Council and the Sustainability Roundtable, which is an advisory body on sustainable development. He is also the Australian representative of the National Geographic Society.

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