Wednesday, August 30
at Payomet Theater
In partnership with the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies
The ocean holds the key to humanity’s survival. At a time when the world faces a multitude of potential calamities, from climate change to a struggling oil industry to rapid population growth, author and environmentalist Peter Neill of the World Ocean Observatory argues that now is the time to begin organizing.
at King’s Fund Center for Health Services Development in London. Dr. Bunker, a pioneer in evidence-based medicine, was the founding chairman of the Stanford University Department of Anesthesia; he later headed Stanford’s Department of Health Services Research. He began coming to Truro in the summer as a small boy in the 1920s, and then, twenty years later, started bringing along his wife and four children. John Bunker’s many interests include art, music, literature, philosophy, medicine, politics, and spirituality.