Toxic Expertise: Environment, Economy, Politics - public event
What value does 'expertise' still have in our society?
How is expertise used, manipulated or ignored for political, social and environmental reasons?
Has the public 'had enough' of experts?
How can we overcome these important issues?
These are some of the questions that key speakers will discuss at this 'Toxic Expertise' event. We are bringing together politicians, academics, policy makers, NGO representatives and the public to discuss the changing role of expertise in relation to the environment, economy and society.
The Toxic Expertise research team, Dr Alice Mah, Dr Thom Davies and Dr Cynthia Wang will be presenting along with these confirmed speakers:
Mary Creagh MP Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee
Dr Erik Van Sebille, Oceanographer and Climate Scientist Imperial College London
Neena Gill MEP West Midlands Representative
Professor Frank Kelly, Director of the Environmental Research Group Kings College London
Ruth Bergen, CoordinatorTrade Justice Movement UK
David Powell, Associate Director New Economics Foundation
Food and drink will be available throughout the event with a wine reception to follow. Whilst this event is free to attend registration is necessary due to limited numbers. You can find further event information and register at our website - www.warwick.ac.uk/toxicexpertise