Stephen Howes ‘Mitigating Climate Change – How and why economists have changed their minds’

The Environment Institute and The School of Economics present a free public lecture by Professor Stephen Howes, Director of International and Development Economics in the Crawford School of Economics and Governance at the Australian National University.

Stephen previously worked as the Lead Economist for India for the World Bank and as the Chief Economist at AusAID. Professor Howes co-led the 2010 Review of the PNG-Australia Development Cooperation Treaty.

Most notably, he worked on the Garnaut Review on Climate Change in 2008, where he managed the Review’s international work stream. He continues to work as an advisor and consultant for AusAID and the World Bank on issues relating to aid effectiveness and climate change policy.

Stephen serves as a Board Member for the Pacific Institute of Public Policy, and sits on the Advisory Board of the Asian Development Bank Institute.

When: Wednesday 25 May

Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm

Where: Napier G03, Napier Building, The University of Adelaide

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