This lecture is the third of eight seminar series, co-convened by Professors Hahn, Helm and Hepburn on Natural Capital. The lecture addresses the concept and measurement of wealth, the place of natural capital in that framework and the role of markets and prices in protecting natural capital.
Semnar 1 | Week 1 | Wednesday 22 January 2014
Natural Capital Policy
Dieter Helm | Professor, University of Oxford and Chair of the Natural Capital Committee
Seminar 2 | Week 2 | Wednesday 29 January 2014
The science and science policy dimensions
Ian Boyd | Professor, University of St Andrews and Chief Scientific Advisor to Defra.
Seminar 3 | Week 3 | Wednesday 5 February 2014
Wealth, markets and natural capital
Cameron Hepburn | Professor, University of Oxford and Director of the economics of sustainability, INET.
Seminar 4 | Week 4 | Wednesday 12 February 2014
The scientific basis for natural capital
Georgina Mace | Professor, University College London, and member of the Natural Capital Committee
Seminar 5 | Week 5 | Wednesday 19 February 2014
Ecological systems and natural capital
Rosie Hails | Science Director, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Science, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and member of the Natural Capital Committee
Seminar 6 | Week 6 | Wednesday 26 February 2014
What can we harm?
Kathy Willis | Professor, University of Oxford and Director of Science, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Seminar 7 | Week 7 | Wednesday 5 March 2014
Accounting for natural capital
Colin Mayer | Professor, University of Oxford Said Business School and member of the Natural Capital Committee
Seminar 8 | Week 8 | Wednesday 12 March 2014
Sustainability and growth
Kirk Hamilton | Visiting Professor at the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics