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The British Academy Debates: Energy and the Environment: What's the Challenge?

What are the challenges of meeting future demands for energy for our rapidly growing urban population? How can the growing global demands for energy be reconciled with the need to protect the planet from the impacts of climate change? What role do energy companies and international organisations have to play in meeting our needs to enable growth, whilst balancing this with the long-term sustainability of our activities? 

Speakers: 

Juliet Davenport, CEO, Good Energy
Professor David Newbery FBA, Director, Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge
Dr Camilla Toulmin, International Institute for Environment and Development 

This is the first Energy debate in the ongoing series of British Academy Debates taking place around the UK during 2014-2015. Supported by The Climate Change Collaboration, in partnership with The Royal Society and media partners, Prospect.

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