I'll be joining the Financial Times' journalist Harry Eyres (author of the 'Slow Lane' column) in conversation on the South Bank on April 29th as part of the Slow Down London festival. Tickets for this evening session that will explore the joys, challenges and arguable necessity of slower travel in our climate changing world are available via this link. (Or you can just read all about it on here!)
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