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The Age of Resilience - An Economic Conundrum

The Age of Resilience - An Economic Conundrum

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When:

  • Wed 26 Aug ’15, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Where:

Auckland Museum Event Centre, 3/F Auckland Domain, Parnell

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
  • RSNZ and AMI Members / Students with ID: $0.00

Economic production systems and consumption patterns are both the problem and the solution to climate change. A resilient economy is not just about reducing our ecological footprint through producing and consuming less – economics can be used to drive change: aligning incentives, sparking innovation and encouraging transformation throughout the production/consumption chain. Humankind has irrevocably altered the planet’s natural systems – can we use that same human power to unleash true “Green Growth” and achieve a high and sustainable level of human well-being?

As momentum builds towards an international climate change agreement at the UN COP 21 conference in Paris, New Zealand and French experts discuss humanity’s capacity to adapt, become resilient and address the greatest challenge posed to human existence.

Panel members
Pierre Ducret, special advisor for climate change at the public investment group Caisse des Dépôts, France
Dr Suzi Kerr, Senior Fellow at Motu Economic and Public Policy Research and adjunct Professor at Victoria University of Wellington
Professor Catherine Larrère, Professor of Philosophy (Sorbonne University, Paris), and President of the Foundation for Political Ecology
Fraser Whineray, Chief Executive, Mighty River Power
Chaired by Kim Hill for Radio New Zealand

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