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27Oct2010: Surviving the Great Transition

Special nef event: Where did our money go?

Surviving and thriving in the Great Transition

Wednesday 27 October 2010, 7 - 9.30 pm

Two years on from the biggest public bail-out in history, nef invites you to join friends of the Great Transition for an evening of music, art and culture to to confront our economic and environmental crises and celebrate the possible.

The banks have returned to business as usual while the rest of us are set to pay the price for a massive, private-sector failure. With oil prices rising, climate crisis looming, food prices volatile and the economy unstable, there must be a better way. A great cultural transformation is already stirring: from urban gardens to local currencies and making, mending and sharing, to the resurgence of music and storytelling, we are drawing on the human dimension, rediscovering how to do things for ourselves and moving from passive consumers to active producers. Together, we can make the Great Transition.

The Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London
Tickets: £10 / £7 concessions
There is special 50% for the first few concessions to book
To book tickets, visit the Southbank Centre website, or call 0844 875 0073

Speakers include:

Caroline Lucas MP, Leader of the Green Party
Andrew Simms, Policy Director, nef (the new economics foundation)
Professor Jayati Ghosh, economist at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Dehli
Stewart Wallis, Executive Director, nef
Professor Tim Jackson, economist, University of Surrey

Join us, and take part in the continuing tale of how we can still make it turn out right, because there is no Planet B.

The Great Transition is finding ways to survive and thrive through financial and climate crises and the peak and decline of global oil production.