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Constraining Consumption


  • Behaviour change
  • Global

Chandran Nair, CEO, the Global Institute For Tomorrow

Chandran Nair argues that the Western model of consumption-led economic growth cannot be replicated in Asia with global resources under increased pressure. Chair: Sir Crispin Tickell.

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