Metis, Volume 3

~ 12593 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Marc Geddes Marc Geddes
~ 12585 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Daniel Cole Daniel Cole, ~ 12586 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Dominic Wyard Dominic Wyard, ~ 12587 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Adela Putinelu Adela Putinelu, ~ 12588 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Robin Lovelace Robin Lovelace, ~ 12589 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Chisom Ubabukoh Chisom Ubabukoh, ~ 12590 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Efraim del Campo Parra Munoz Efraim del Campo Parra Munoz, ~ 12591 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Iuean Ferrer Iuean Ferrer, ~ 12592 ~ Metis, Volume 3 ~ Guy King Guy King
Published Mon 24 Sep 2012
Metis is the journal of IPPR@universities, the student thinktank network. This year's theme - the environment - has provided the opportunity for students to think about the difficult policy issues that will directly affect their futures. Unsurprisingly, all the essays express the urgent need for long-term thinking and policymaking.

Metis aims to provide students with the opportunity to engage with the policy process and gives them a unique platform to express opinions, critiques and solutions. The third volume of Metis shows how much the IPPR@universities programme has grown since 2010. This year's edition features contributions from four universities - Warwick, Sheffield, York and Manchester.

Edited by Marc Geddes from the University of Sheffield, the third issue of the journal features eight essays by student thinktankers:

  • Guy King, Sheffield - A balancing act: ethical consumption and waste
  • Iuean Ferrer, York - The case for a meat tax
  • Efraim del Campo Parra Munoz, Sheffield - British politics and GM crops
  • Chisom Ubabukoh, Manchester - How to throw a dinner party for 7 billion guests: food security and environmental sustainability
  • Robin Lovelace, Sheffield - Carbon capture and storage: bury the myth and focus on alternatives
  • Adela Putinelu, Manchester - The battle for air: is emissions trading the best policy instrument to avert global warming?
  • Dominic Wyard, Warwick - Development and the environment: a necessary trade-off?
  • Daniel Cole, Warwick - Economic growth or the environment? Both: sustainable capitalism
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