Are natural resources such as the air we breathe and the water we drink a human right? Is putting a price tag on nature the first step towards ecosystems being traded as commodities? What does it mean for society when monetary value is the only way that we can articulate value in decision-making?

Environmental lawyer Polly Higgins (Ecocide), Andrew Simms (New Economics Foundation/Global Witness) and art historian TJ Demos (UCL) are among the line-up to explore how and why we value and protect the natural environment.

This event organised by the Royal College of Arts in Battersea is free and open to the public.
Book your place here.
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