23
Jun
2014

Climate Change: Economics and Governance

Date:
23 June - 27 June, 2014
Venue:
LSE’s Central London Campus

Lecturers: Dr Simon Dietz, Professor Samuel Fankhauser and members of the Grantham Research Institute.

This multi-disciplinary five-day course provides an in-depth overview of the economics and governance of climate change, and the risks and opportunities they present for a range of organisations.  Further topics covered include climate-change mitigation; adaptation; politics and institutional development.

“This course gave an excellent overview of all the key climate themes… the quality of the lecturers was world-leading and the discussion around subjects was fascinating.”
Team Leader – Low Carbon Growth & Business, Climate Change and Energy Dept,  UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

For more detailed learning outcomes and tuition fees, please visit the LSE Executive Summer School website.  Now in its 6th year, the Executive Summer School provides leading-edge open-enrolment courses for fast-track and senior global executives. A total of 96 per cent of the 2013 cohort stated that they  would recommend the programme to a friend or colleague.