9 March 2011 6:30pm in G11,Main Building, Aston University
A talk by Dr Douglas Crawford-Brown, Executive Director, 4CMR, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, Professor Emeritus, Environmental Science and Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Director, E3 Foundation, Cambridge
"The world thought it knew where it was headed with the Kyoto Accord, even if that road failed to carry every nation. Copenhagen appears to some to have been a major step backwards in global climate change policy. In reality, it put us all onto a very different path that combines public and private spheres in quite different ways than envisioned in Kyoto. This talk gives an optimistic view of the post-Copenhagen world of climate change policy, and looks at how each of us will contribute to the low carbon economies of the future."
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