A scuba-diving Santa Claus in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Photo: AFP / Frazier Nivens / Florida Keys News Bureau A scuba-diving Santa Claus in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Photo: AFP / Frazier Nivens / Florida Keys News Bureau
A scuba-diving Santa Claus in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Photo: AFP / Frazier Nivens / Florida Keys News Bureau
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

A Christmas wake-up call: as you jet off for a festive getaway, don’t forget your planet

  • David Dodwell takes a peek at Christmas Yet to Come and it doesn’t look good. The future holds possible horrors brought on by consumerism and climate change, and time is running out for prevention of a global catastrophe

A scuba-diving Santa Claus in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Photo: AFP / Frazier Nivens / Florida Keys News Bureau A scuba-diving Santa Claus in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Photo: AFP / Frazier Nivens / Florida Keys News Bureau
A scuba-diving Santa Claus in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Photo: AFP / Frazier Nivens / Florida Keys News Bureau
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David Dodwell

David Dodwell

David Dodwell is the executive director of the Hong Kong-APEC Trade Policy Study Group, a trade policy think tank.