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The future of low carbon energy

discussion on one of the most pressing economic and environmental challenges of our age: the future of low carbon energy

Do you feel un-informed on one of the most pressing economic and environmental challenges of our age?

Are you looking for additional resources and case study material for this crucial topic?

Join Lord Browne (former CEO of BP) & Malcolm Wicks MP (Energy Minister), two of the key commentators on the UK’s energy debate, discussing the future of low carbon energy with Professor Sir Gordon Conway chairing.

Lord Browne, former group Chief Executive of BP, is admired for taking the company ‘Beyond Petroleum’. With current positions as a cross-bench peer and President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, he is a prominent authority on low carbon energy.

Minister of State for Energy Malcolm Wicks is at the heart of government moves towards low carbon energy sources. Previously Minister of State for Science and Innovation, he provides insight into the bewildering array of renewable energy options.


Lord John Browne | talks
MP Energy Minister Malcolm Wickes | talks
Professor Sir Gordon Conway | talks


Date and Time:

26 March 2008 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore
020 7501 3000

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£15 non members (£10 RGS-IBG Members)

Available from:

020 7591 3100

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