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Climate Change Policy - A Focus on Demand Reduction?

When Jun 18, 2015
Where Michaelmas 2015, Cambridge, tbc
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This seminar will consider the proposal that demand reduction strategies are a crucial part of climate change mitigation strategy. 

The seminar will begin with an opening statement on demand reduction strategies to be considered by academics from theology, history, philosophy, politics, economics, health and education. 

The aim is to generate new thinking on this important question and possible interdisciplinary research strategies.

Further details to follow. The seminar will be held in Michaelmas 2015.

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