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What are you worth? Valuing ourselves and our natural environment
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Interactive seminar with Prof Aled Jones, Director of the Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University. Can you put a price on the value absolutely anything? Can you put a value on yourself? Who decides the worth of a person, or an animal, or a river? We look at the different factors that determine worth, and how this links to the concept of Natural Capital and protection of the environment Open to all and free to attend, this event is part of the Cambridge Science Festival http://www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/events/what-are-you-worth-valuing-ourselves-and-our-natural-environment
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