Thursday, 24 January 2013, 5:30 – 7:30 pm: Book launch for Enough Is Enough. Join economist and author Dan O’Neill as he speaks about the ideas in his new book, Enough Is Enough: Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources. At this exciting event, Dr O’Neill will explain why current economic policies are failing, and how we can make the transition to an economy that works for people and the planet. A wine reception and book signing will follow. To be held at the Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre, Michael Sadler Building, University of Leeds. The event is free but places are limited, so please register in advance at http://enough-launch.eventbrite.co.uk. The first 50 people to register will be entered in a draw to win a free copy of the book!
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