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Prosperity and

Sustainability in the Green Economy

SLRG Dissemination Workshop, 3 June 2014

Stimulating and challenging one-day event hosted by the Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group (SLRG) featuring presentations from the SLRG team on the findings of their research.

Building on over a decade of research, the Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group (SLRG) has been developing new understandings of the processes which lead to changes in people’s lifestyles, behaviours and practices. This one day event aims to synthesise the lessons from our ground-breaking work and offer evidence-based advice to policy-makers hoping to build and nurture more sustainable ways of living. Featuring plenary presentations from the SLRG team and panel discussions with invited experts, the day will offer participants the opportunity of an in-depth understanding of our key findings and a lively debate about the challenges ahead.



Time & Place

Tuesday, 3rd June 2014 | 09:00 – 17:30  followed by a drinks reception

Mary Ward House | 5-7 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9SN


Speakers include

Kate Burningham   |  Senior Lecturer in Sociology of the Environment

Ian Christie  |  Research Coordinator, SLRG

Helga Dittmar (invited guest speaker) | Reader in Psychology, University of Sussex

Tim Jackson | Director, SLRG and author of Prosperity without Growth

Andy Stirling | Professor of Science and Technology Policy, University of  Sussex

Bas Verplanken | Professor of Social Psychology, University of Bath


Related links

 ∙ Download conference brochure (1.2 MB)

 ∙  For more downloads and conference material, please visit the SLRG website.



Directed by Prof Tim Jackson, SLRG is a multi-disciplinary research collaboration between the Universities of Surrey, Sussex, Bath and Edinburgh and the Institute for Fiscal Studies in London. Core funding has been provided jointly by the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Scottish Government.


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