Dieter Helm in conversation with Tom Heap.

Join one of the pre-eminent voices in British environmentalism for a compelling account of how we can rescue the natural world from impending catastrophe.

Britain’s ecosystems are heading for devastation. The vested interests of lobbyists and politicians are wrecking our agriculture, wildlife and green spaces – with serious consequences for all of us, rural or metropolitan.

But there is hope, and there is time, if we act now. In this talk Dieter Helm, an economist with a passionate interest in the environment, will share a radical but tangible plan for positive change which offers a clear economically viable strategy to put Britain on a greener path. There is a choice: we can impoverish ourselves by continuing down the current path or we can work to rescue and revitalise the nature we have left.

We can – and should – have a greener and more prosperous future. Touching on key topics such as climate change, migration, Brexit and rewilding, this is an essential event for anyone who wants to participate in the environmental conversation.

 

 

 

Venue

Emmanuel Centre

9-23 Marsham Street
London SW1P 3DW

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