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The Economics of Happiness (film and talk)

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Transition Cambridge and Cambridge Carbon Footprint present the documentary “The Economics of Happiness” at the Arts Picturehouse.

“The Economics of Happiness” questions whether our current economic model is damaging our well-being. It explores the many negative consequences of economic globalisation and the consolidation of corporate power – climate change, fundamentalism, economic insecurity and species extinction as well as the personal costs such as stress and depression.

The film will be followed by a question and answer session with Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, a world-renowned specialist in the field of economics.

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