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Given Half a Chance: ten ways to save the world

Hosted by the Department of Geography and Environment

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Speaker

Ed Davey

Ed Davey

Chair

 Dr Charles Palmer

Dr Charles Palmer

Associate Professor of Environment and Development

Ed Davey (MSc Environment and Development 2007-08) returns to LSE to present his new book about how we can address the climate and environmental challenges of our time.

‘A Restored Earth: Ten Paths to a Hopeful Future’ is an optimistic book about how to address the world’s environmental challenges and make life better and more peaceful for people, nature, and the planet.

 

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