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Nobel Laureate to give Sustainable Consumption Institute Annual Lecture

07 Oct 2010

Climate Change: The Missing Institutions on 21 October

Thursday 21 October, 5-6pm
Stanley Suite, Midland Hotel, Manchester
Coffee and registration will begin at 4.30 pm

The Sustainable Consumption Institute is proud to host a public lecture by Nobel Laureate Tom Schelling, on 21 October. Professor Schelling will speak on "Climate Change: The Missing Institutions".

Tom Schelling received the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2005. He is an intellectual leader whose contributions to social science are extraordinary. Professor Schelling has made important contributions in a number of areas including game theory, nuclear arms policy, conflict resolution, alcohol and drug addiction, segregation, and global warming.

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This event is open to the public, but spaces are limited.

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