Enough is Enough: building a sustainable economy in a world of finite resources
LSE Students’ Union public lecture
Date: Monday 21 October 2013
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speaker: Dr Dan O’Neil
Dan O’Neill explains why current economic policies are failing, and how we can make the transition to an economy that works for people and the planet.
Dan O’Neill is a lecturer in ecological economics at the University of Leeds. His new book is Enough Is Enough: building a sustainable economy in a world of finite resources.
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