Science

Limits to Growth: Beyond the Point of Inflexion Q&A

Host Ticky Fullerton

Date: 

Thursday, 12 December, 2013 - 18:00 to 19:30

Where: 

Leighton Hall, Scientia

Hosts: 

School of Mathematics and Statistics

Type of event: 

Special Event

Audience / Guests: 

Public / All

This panel discussion and Q&A event will feature some of the world's leading thinkers, hosted by ABC's Ticky Fullerton.

Is economic growth forever sustainable? What impact would a stagnant or declining population have on GDP? Can mathematical models guide policy makers in answering these questions? What is the strategic plan for planet earth?

Panel members will include:

  • Professor Graciela Chichilnisky - Professor of Economics, Columbia University
  • Graeme Maxton - Economist, Fellow of the International Club of Rome
  • Jorgen Randers - Professor of Climate Change Strategy, BI Norwegian Business School
  • Peter Victor - Professor in Environmental Studies, York University
  • Ken Henry AC - Economist, Former Secretary of the Department of Treasury
  • Peter Harper - Deputy Australian Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Peter Cosier - Chair, Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists
  • Julian King – Vice President, Pottinger

 

Registration is essential, please register your attendance below.

 

*This event is part of the Limits to Growth: Beyond the Point of Inflexion Symposium. For further details on the symposium please click here or visit www.mpel2g.net/