Join Prof Xiaolan Fu to explore her new book ‘China’s Path to Innovation’ which deciphers how China was able to achieve such a remarkable success in the past, examines how China may sustain dynamic growth in the future and suggests what other countries can learn from China’s success.
Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership convened a high level debate to discuss “The End of Fossil Fuel Subsidies” in London.
The Prince of Wales later endorsed the work of the meeting calling for the abolishment of fossil fuel subsidies, by reiterating that “shifting these subsidies could cut global emissions by about thirteen per cent.” His remarks were made at a dinner convened around the topic of ‘rewiring’ the economy in favour of sustainable business models that deliver positive outcomes for people and the environment.
To read The Prince of Wales' full speech please visit http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk/media/speeches/speech-hrh-the-prince-of-wales-the-university-of-cambridge-institute-sustainability...
Good news for those who haven’t registered yet for XIV World Forestry Congress: the deadline for early-bird registration has been extended to 7 July 2015.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join us at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban, South Africa, from 7 to 11 September 2015, and make your voice heard as we work to define a vision for the sustainable future of forests and forestry.
Development policy emphasises the importance of governments, not creditors, taking ownership of reform programmes. Greece should be left to define its own reform agenda, as long as it hits the agreed budget targets.