Lecture and Discussion Group with Chris at London School of Economics -- Limited Seating!

Megan
By Megan on Wed, Feb 24, 2010 - 4:00pm
Kings Chambers

London School of Economics

Portugal Street

London, United Kingdom
Wednesday, February 24th, 2010 from 2:00pm - 5:30pm
LSE Complexity Seminar
Convergence: Can the economy as we know it survive resource depletion?

Chris will lead an afternoon seminar and discussion group for the Complexity Group at the London School of Economics. 

Following up on recent Complexity seminars on climate change and energy, Chris will link the economy and resources with energy as one of several peaking resources.  The main point will be to illuminate how and why the economy requires perpetual compound growth and what might happen when this critical systemic feature encounters real-world limits. 

The majority of our plans over the next twenty years make a critical assumption that the economy will be there, largely intact and functioning, to fund the technologies and structural shifts we know we need to enact to meet challenges of energy and the environment.  There is every reason to suspect it may not.

Though this event will be populated primarily by members of the Compexity Group, there are a very few seats available to the public.  To inquire regarding the remaining seats and RSVP, please contact [email protected].  There is no cost to attend.

About The LSE Complexity Group

The Group has been working with AstraZeneca, BT, BAe Systems, Citibank (New York & London), GlaxoSmithKline, the Humberside TEC, Legal & General, Ministry of Defence, Mondragon Cooperative Corporation (Basque Country), the National Health Service, Norwich Union Life, Rolls-Royce (Aerospace & Marine), Shell (International, Finance & Shell Internet Works), the World Bank (Washington DC) and several companies in the aerospace industry, to address practical complex problems. In the process it has developed a theory of complex social systems and an integrated methodology using both qualitative and quantitative tools and methods. The work of the LSE Complexity Group is at www.psych.lse.ac.uk/complexity

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