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Eco-nomics and the Climate

30 Apr 2020 | Podcasts

Professor Michael Grubb joins host Amanda Carpenter in this fascinating “eco-nomics” discussion with Dr Alex Köberle. What choices and opportunities there may be to build a greener economy once the current world health crisis is over is discussed. What will the lasting impacts be on global markets and are we likely to see disruptive models emerging which will help drive us towards a more sustainable model for businesses?

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