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The politics of climate change

04 January 2012
The politics of climate change

Policy Network continues its work on The Politics of Climate Change with Anthony Giddens in a series of seminars on geo-engineering, shale gas and nuclear power.

The programme includes:

The prospects for geo-engineering
12 January, 12.30 - 14.00, Westminster

Speakers:
Anthony Giddens, former director of the LSE and author of The Politics of Climate Change
Martin Rees, master of Trinity College Cambridge and former president of the Royal Society
James Wilsdon, professor of science and democracy at the University of Sussex

Shale gas: Positive breakthrough or environmental disaster?
17 January, 12.30 - 14.00, Westminster

Speakers:
Anthony Giddens, former director of the LSE and author of The Politics of Climate Change
Paul Stevens, senior research fellow at Chatham House and emeritus professor of petroleum policy at the University of Dundee

What role for nuclear power?
26 January, 12.30 - 14.00, Westminster

Speakers:
Paul Ekins, professor of energy and environment policy at the UCL Energy Institute
Craig Bennett, director of Friends of the Earth's policy and campaigns department
Paul Dorfman, founding co-ordinator of Nuclear Consulting Group and senior researcher, University of Warwick
Anthony Giddens, former director of the LSE and author of The Politics of Climate Change

If you would like to register to attend any of these events please contact Katherine Roberts at kroberts@policy-network.net. To find out about all Policy Network's upcoming events please see our events page.

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