Economic growth has become culturally, politically and institutionally ingrained at a global scale. Is that sustainable? This webinar is being co-hosted by the Wise Response Society and School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington on Monday 20 September.
Four international experts:
- Associate Professor Simon Michaux (Geology)
- Professor Steve Keen (Economics)
- Professor Tim Jackson (Economics)
- Professor Susan Krumdieck (Mechanical Engineering)
will bring global and local perspectives on environment, resource, energy and economics to these two vital questions for open discussion.
Speakers abstracts and bios: Attached or at http://wiseresponse.org.nz/?p=10515
Chair: Dr Girol Karacaoglu, Head of School of Government
When: 7.00 – 9.00pm, Monday 20 September, 2021
Where: https://vuw.zoom.us/j/97767754989, Meeting ID: 977 6775 4989
Organised jointly by:
- Wise Response Society (Patrons: Sir Geoffrey Palmer, Sir Alan Mark, Chair: Professor Liz Slooten)
- School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington.
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