Events

Details of of events run by, or hosted by, the Grantham Research Institute at LSE.

Dr Ann Pettifor, Josué Tanaka, Rhian-Mari Thomas, Steve Waygood, Professor Nick Robins
3 March 2020

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22
Jan
2020

Slippery fish: enforcing regulation when agents learn and adapt | Mushfiq Mobarak (Yale)

Type:
Research Seminar Series
Venue:
Fawcett House (Formerly Tower 2), Room 9.04, London School of Economics, Clement’s Inn, London WC2A 2AZ

Mushfiq Mobarak will be discussing the paper Slippery Fish: Enforcing Regulation when Agents Learn and Adapt which they co-authored with Andres Gonzalez-Lira. Abstract Attempts to curb illegal activity through regulation … read more »


27
Jan
2020

Unruly landscapes of environmental change: imagining a future Himalaya

Type:
Public Lectures
Speaker:
Professor Andrea Nightingale, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo
Venue:
Graham Wallas Room, 5th Floor, Old Building, LSE.

Attempts at governing ecological crises are just that: attempts. Life is far too unruly to quietly acquiesce to control and management raising uncomfortable questions about how to respond to current … read more »


5
Feb
2020

Be Cautious with the Precautionary Principle: Evidence from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident | Matthew Neidell

Type:
Research Seminar Series
Venue:
Fawcett House (Formerly Tower 2), Room 9.04, London School of Economics, Clement’s Inn, London WC2A 2AZ

Matthew Neidell (Columbia University) will present the following paper: Be Cautious with the Precautionary Principle: Evidence from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident Abstract This paper provides a large scale, empirical evaluation … read more »


11
Feb
2020

Varieties of Climate Governance | Navroz Dubash

Type:
Seminars
Venue:
LSE, Clement House, 3.02, London WC2R 1DH

Navroz K. Dubash, Professor, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, will be discussing his paper Varieties of Climate Governance – Understanding the National Institutions Underpinning Climate Action Abstract How do states respond … read more »


12
Feb
2020

Anomitro Chatterjee | GRI Workshop

Type:
Grantham Workshop
Venue:
Fawcett House (Formerly Tower 2), Room 9.05, London School of Economics, Clement’s Inn, London WC2A 2AZ

Details of this workshop by Anomitro Chatterjee will be published here nearer the date


17
Feb
2020

The Housing/Habitat Project: Tracing Impacts of the Affordability Crisis in the Wildlands of Exurban California

Type:
Public Lectures
Speaker:
Professor Miriam Greenberg, Department of Sociology, University of California Santa Cruz
Venue:
FAW 9.05, London School of Economics, Clement’s Inn, London WC2A 2AZ

The recent increase in wildfires in California has raised awareness of the dangerous spread of housing development at the Wildlands Urban Interface [WUI], and how this interacts with extreme weather … read more »


19
Feb
2020

Grand Challenges and Local Beliefs: how belief in climate change relates to greenhouse gas emissions in US manufacturing facilities | Thomas Lyon

Type:
Research Seminar Series
Venue:
Fawcett House (Formerly Tower 2), Room 9.04, London School of Economics, Clement’s Inn, London WC2A 2AZ

Thomas Lyon will be discussing the paper: Grand Challenges and Local Beliefs: how belief in climate change relates to greenhouse gas emissions in U.S. manufacturing facilities Abstract Greenhouse gas (GHG) … read more »


26
Feb
2020

Giles Atkinson and Julius Andersson | Grantham Workshop

Type:
Grantham Workshop
Venue:
Fawcett House (Formerly Tower 2), Room 9.04, London School of Economics, Clement’s Inn, London WC2A 2AZ

Details of this workshop by Giles Atkinson and Julius Andersson will be published here nearer the date.


3
Mar
2020

Financing a Global Climate Deal

Type:
Public Lectures
Speaker:
Dr Ann Pettifor, Josué Tanaka, Rhian-Mari Thomas, Steve Waygood, Professor Nick Robins
Venue:
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE, London.

A key challenge for the COP26 climate conference to be held in Glasgow in November 2020 is to agree how to harness the world’s financial system behind a rapid transition … read more »


5
Mar
2020

Climate Change (And Other Stories)

Type:
Public Lectures
Speaker:
Zena Edwards, Glen Gostlow, Michal Nachmany, Chris Redmond, Liv Torc
Venue:
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, LSE, London

Leading poets and researchers explore climate change fact and feeling with improvised music from the Tongue Fu Band – London’s leading spoken word and music show. Hosted by poet/musician Chris … read more »