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Guest Lecture: Planetary Economics

11 November 2013 | Chapter News | Climate Change, Energy

What: Lecture of Professor Michael Grubb, University of Cambridge
Topic: Planetary Economics: Energy, Climate Change and the three domains of sustainable development
When: 18th November 2013, 9:50 am
Where: Room 2a, building C, SGH, Warsaw (al. Niepodległości 128)

We have a pleasure to invite you to the lecture of Professor Michael Grubb. Prof. Michael Grubb is Chair of Energy and Climate Policy at University of Cambridge, Senior Advisor to the UK Energy Regulator, Editor-in-Chief of Climate Policy journal and Board Member of Climate Strategies.

This lecture presents a major new work looking at how our response to the big challenges of energy and climate change is shaped by economic concerns and prescriptions; where economics has helped and where hindered; and what this implies. It argues that the global and intergenerational reach of energy and environmental problems, and the transformations required to solve them, require us to understand and integrate three different domains of economic behaviour. The resulting three pillars of policy have profound implications for Europe’s response, in both domestic policy and global negotiations.

Organizers: oikos Warszawa, Climate Strategies and The Warsaw University Centre for Environmental Studies.

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Guest Lecture: Planetary Economics

Chapter News | Climate Change, Energy

What: Lecture of Professor Michael Grubb, University of Cambridge
Topic: Planetary Economics: Energy, Climate Change and the three domains of sustainable development
When: 18th November 2013, 9:50 am
Where: Room 2a, building C, SGH, Warsaw (al. Niepodległości 128)

We have a pleasure to invite you to the lecture of Professor Michael Grubb. Prof. Michael Grubb is Chair of Energy and Climate Policy at University of Cambridge, Senior Advisor to the UK Energy Regulator, Editor-in-Chief of Climate Policy journal and Board Member of Climate Strategies.

This lecture presents a major new work looking at how our response to the big challenges of energy and climate change is shaped by economic concerns and prescriptions; where economics has helped and where hindered; and what this implies. It argues that the global and intergenerational reach of energy and environmental problems, and the transformations required to solve them, require us to understand and integrate three different domains of economic behaviour. The resulting three pillars of policy have profound implications for Europe’s response, in both domestic policy and global negotiations.

Organizers: oikos Warszawa, Climate Strategies and The Warsaw University Centre for Environmental Studies.