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Green Economy
Imagining a Sustainable Economy
query_builder 15:00 - 16:30
place Hall 7
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mic English
Imagining a Sustainable Economy
Format: Interactive Panel and Q&A

Visualising what societies could look like with green economies
As economies are decarbonised and we move towards ‘net zero’, what could a ‘green economy’ look like? What could it look like in different parts of the world and how can it be fairer and more inclusive than our current economic system? We’ll learn how Doughnut Economics can help communities and cities imagine a greener, fairer economy, and what difference a carbon-neutral economy can make to the health and wellbeing of people and the planet. You’ll have the chance to imagine a greener, fairer world and share your thoughts and ideas.
  Chair: Professor Alice Roberts  Biological anthropologist, biologist, television presenter and author
  Kate Raworth Senior Associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, UK
  Dr Imandeep Kaur Co-founder and Director, Civic Square, UK
  Dr Mao Amis Co-founder and Executive Director of the African Centre for a Green Economy (AfriCGE), South Africa
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