CEP Public Events
Hosted with the Economy 2030 Inquiry, the Resolution Foundation and the Nuffield Foundation
Green growth: miracle or mirage?
Monday 23 May 2022 09:30 - 10:45
This event is both online and in personOff Campus
About this event
How might cutting-down carbon give the UK economy a cutting-edge.
The UK's net zero transition represents a major challenge for the UK, but also a major opportunity if we get it right. Many argue it could see the UK utilising its existing economic strengths to lead the way in cutting edge clean technology - creating jobs and new export opportunities. But with other countries holding these same ambitions, securing this success is far from guaranteed.
How realistic is it that the UK will be at the forefront of emerging clean technologies? What are the UK's existing strengths and how can they built over the coming decade? Will there be a role for services as well as goods in our net zero transition? Which areas of the country are best placed to benefit? And how best can we unlock the investment and innovation required to seize the opportunities for growth-enhancing green economic change?
More information is available at resolutionfoundation.org.
Dame Julia King Chair of the Carbon Trust and Henry Royce Institute
Anna Valero Senior Policy Fellow at the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE
Mike Biddle Programme Director for the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, Innovate UK
David Willetts (chair) President of the Resolution Foundation
Participants are are expected to adhere to the CEP Events Code of Conduct.
This event will take place Off Campus.