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Energy and ethics: What are the costs to future generations in an unequal world?

The British Academy Debates. Energy and ethics: What are the costs to future generations in an unequal world? 
Held at the ALEX Design Exchange, Swansea on Oct 14th 2015.

Chaired by Jay Elwes, Deputy Editor Prospect

How much are you prepared to pay for energy? Not just in terms of money now, but also the cost to other nations and future generations? Would you be prepared to join forces with your community to generate or access energy? 

Speakers: 

Professor Kirit Parikh, Founder Director, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR)
Professor Nick Pidgeon, Professor of Environmental Psychology, Cardiff University
Mark Shorrock, CEO, Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay 

NB. There is a fault on the sound for the last few minutes of this debate. Please accept our apologies.

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