Tuesday 13th September 2016, 13:30, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
Introduced by Jane Elliott (Chief Executive, ESRC), with a keynote speech from Sir Mark Walport (Government Chief Scientific Adviser) and a panel discussion chaired by Roger Highfield (Dir External Affairs, Science Museum).
The panel members are; Sir Amyas Morse (Comptroller and Auditor General of the National Audit Office), Dame Margaret Hodge (MP), Dr David Halpern (Behavioural Insights Team), and Dr Ulrike Hotopp (Simetrica Ltd).
This event will entertain, engage and excite anyone with an interest in improving methods of policy evaluation across the energy, environment and food Nexus.
The panel will encourage debate on the Nexus policy areas at the heart of the Centre’s work, and raise critical questions around complexity, evaluation methodologies, and ‘what works in practice’.
You are also invited to a networking and drinks reception after the panel discussion.
How to Join:
Please note that spaces are limited and therefore you will be asked to answer some qualifying questions when registering. If the event is over-subscribed, a panel will select delegates based on these qualifying questions. Sign up to the event via our Eventbrite page