Pro-environmental employee and consumer behaviour conference

Date: 29 April 2019
Venue: Room 4X113, Bristol Business School
Venue Location: https://www1.uwe.ac.uk/about/visitus/campusmapsandinformation/frenchaycampus/frenchaycampusmaps.aspx
Time: 09:00-17:00


Current world population is just over seven billion and expected to reach nine billion before 2050. Increasing affluence in the developing and transition countries where population is growing most is now resulting in a wave of “new consumers”. This is important as in the developed world the main drivers for the level and growth of environmental pressures are said to be final consumption and affluence. Technology on its own will not adequately ensure that society stays within environmental limits. Therefore there is a need for serious consideration and research into consumer, employee and entrepreneur behaviours.

In this vain, the Bristol Centre for Economics and Finance (BCEF) is hosting a one day inter-disciplinary conference, organised by Dr Peter Bradley, leader of BCEF's Sustainability Research Cluster and an expert in sustainability research.

Invited keynote speakers:

Dr Peter Bradley (Associate Professor in Economics, UWE Bristol)

Jes Rutter (Managing Director of JRP Solutions and ESOS auditor)

Dr Mark Everard (Associate Professor of Ecosystem Services, UWE Bristol)

We invite abstracts from PhD students, researchers and practitioners across the social and natural sciences to present on topics related to 'pro-environmental consumer and employee behaviour'. Please send a 500 word abstract about your topic and contribution to bcef@uwe.ac.uk by Wednesday 19 December 2018 to be considered for presentations.

If you are interested joining us as a keynote speaker at the conference, please contact bcef@uwe.ac.uk for further details.

The conference is free to attend so please register online to book your place now.

Cost: Free
Contact: Josie Englishby
Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 86453
E-mail: bcef@uwe.ac.uk

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