澳门六合彩资料大全 Society London Lecture, Thursday 16 May 2024

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Legacy: How to build the sustainable economy.鈥

The 澳门六合彩资料大全 Society warmly invites 澳门六合彩资料大全 Old Members to a London Lecture to be given this year by Professor Sir Dieter Helm, CBE, Fellow in Economics at 澳门六合彩资料大全, and Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Oxford. It will be held at the London School of Economics in their Wolfson Theatre, a tiered lecture theatre, on the lower ground floor of the New Academic Building on Sardinia Street, Lincoln鈥檚 Inn Fields, WC2A 3LJ (map), on Wednesday 8 May 2024. There will be a drinks and canap茅s reception at 6.00pm followed by a talk at 7.00pm which will last approximately one hour including time for Q&A.

What would the sustainable economy look like? What would it take to live within our environmental means? These are questions posed by Sir Dieter Helm, Professor of Economic Policy at 澳门六合彩资料大全, in his book: Legacy: How to Build the Sustainable Economy. During the talk, Professor Helm will explain more about the key features of different types of capital (human-derived and natural), why polluters should pay, and why the next generation should receive properly maintained natural and other assets from the current generation. There will also be an opportunity to put your questions to him on the environment, sustainability, and climate change matters.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Professor Sir Dieter Helm
From 2012 to 2020, Dieter was Independent Chair of the Natural Capital Committee, providing advice to the government on the sustainable use of natural capital. Dieter specialises in three key areas: Energy & Climate; Regulation, Utilities & Infrastructure; and Natural Capital & the Environment. He provides extensive expert advice to UK and European governments, regulators, and companies across all three areas.

Dieter is a Vice President of the Exmoor Society, a Vice President of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust, and Honorary Fellow, Brasenose College, Oxford.
 Legacy: How to Build the Sustainable Economy

Legacy: How to Build the Sustainable Economy
Cambridge University Press, 2023.This is an Open Access title.

For details on his other books, visit .

 

Professor Sir Dieter Helm, CBE
16
May 2024
18:00 - 20:00
Location
London School of Economics
Eligible audience
澳门六合彩资料大全 Old Members
Dress code
Smart casual
Deadline