Long Term Economics Issues and The Green Built Environment:
Risk, investment, the future, discounting, intergenerational equity.
The Green Economics Institute presents a one day Conference event/ Symposium which will bring together state of the art research and ideas about Long Term issues in Economics: Rural Urban Fringe, and the Built environment and construction on the 17th of January 2011 at the Green Economics Institute premises in Oxford.
Themes and presentations include; planning for the long term, overcoming issues of planning for the long term, rural centric/urban centric perspectives, opportunities for sustainability in the Rural Urban Fringe, discounting, intergenerational equity, intragenerational equity, risk and the future, and investment.
Join us for an exciting day of innovation and lively discussion for research about the rural urban fringe!
This is a working symposium event, contributing to research for government policy on long-termism in economics and the Green Built environment, construction and spatial planning. The ideas and research will contribute to the Rural Economy and Land Use Programme, leading to a policy briefing on the Rural Urban Fringe.
10:30am – 6 pm on the 17th January 2011
at The Green Economics Institute, The Old Music Hall, Oxford
£25.00 for students and concessions.
£35.00 for individual admission per person.
£60 per person for Invoices and payments by organisations and universities.
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