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The Ethical Dimensions of Climate Change

Michele de Nevers of the World Bank explains the very latest developments in the scientific, political and moral debates over climate change.

Michele de Nevers heads the World Bank's programmes on climate change, and is a Senior Manager of the Environment Department. The Environment Department is active in areas such as climate change mitigation and adaptation, biodiversity, land use, forestry, pollution control and abatement and environmental analysis. Michele joined the World Bank Group in 1981 and worked on industrial development programs in the South Asia region before moving to work in the finance complex on country risk issues. From 1991–1996 she worked on environmental programs in Latin America, and was the first coordinator for the Global Environment Facility there. Between 1996 and 2000 she was Sector Manager for environment in the Europe and Central Asia Region. From 2000–2008 she worked as a Manager and Director in the World Bank Institute on environment and capacity development. She was instrumental in launching the World Bank’s greening and corporate social and environmental reporting initiatives.


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Date and Time:

10 December 2008 at 5:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Communications, King's College London
Strand Campus


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