Whether degrowth or green growth, the circular economy or the end of the capitalist economy as we know it, environmental economics, the study of how we use and manage finite resources, help us understand negative externalities, public goods, and market failures.
This event is organized in partnership with News Decoder and the Climate Academy at the European School of Brussels.
The Library’s contribution to this joint program is supported by the Florence Gould Foundation and the American Center for Arts and Culture.
Please note the special start time of this event.
About the speakers:
Bianca Getzel is a Research Officer in the Development and Public Finance Programme at global affairs think tank ODI.
Marlowe Hood is Senior Editor at Agence France-Presse, covering science, environment, and the climate crisis.
Juan Pablo Arellano is a former content director at ClimateScience, specializing in creating accessible and trustworthy content on climate change solutions. He studied economics and environmental science at university and is currently pursuing a master’s degree on degrowth.
Important information: This conversation will be hybrid, taking place both in person at the American Library in Paris and online.
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