An influential panel will debate the role designers must take in driving a sustainable manufacturing model.
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Nat Hunter, Jonathan Chapman, Rich Gilbert, and Mark Shayler discuss sustainable manufacturing on the RSA/Tindale panel
Sustainability expert Paul McMahon considers price spikes, market manipulation, land grabs and the race to control food supplies, and asks - can we feed a world of nine billion… and at what cost?
Paul McMahon is a sustainability expert
Colin Mayer is Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at the University of Oxford.
Colin Mayer calls for a new approach to how we run companies to ensure that the corporation contributes to, rather than undermines, our economic prosperity, environmental welfare and social well-being.
Professor David Grayson CBE, director of the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, visits the RSA to demonstrate how a new wave of corporate responsibility coalitions are collectively self-regulating, promoting good ...
David Grayson is director of the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility
In the 2012 Angus Millar Lecture at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Lord Rees argues that science will play a major role in solving the urgent challenges of the 21st century.
Oxfam senior researcher and former co-author of the UN’s annual Human Development Report Kate Raworth visits the RSA to explain ‘doughnut economics’ – the bold new theory that is sweeping the development world.