Climate, Government, and the Economy: Reform or Transformation?
The Second Harvard Climate Conversation on October 15th -- here is the link to register:
Public policies and the marketplace have shaped global dependence on fossil fuels, the extraction of natural resources in the service of economic growth, and the widening inequality of health and quality of life outcomes. Will incremental reform of government and business be enough to forestall accelerating crises along these dimensions? Or is an agenda of more rapid and transformational change required?
Join Harvard faculty, students, and fellow alumni for a cross-disciplinary conversation about their respective experiences with these systems and where they see opportunities for change.
Moderator: Miles Rapoport, AB '71, Senior Practice Fellow, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, HKS
Danielle Allen PhD '01, James Bryant Conant University Professor and Director, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics
Connor Chung COL '23, Student, Harvard College