The Wisdom of Prevention: Long-term planning, upstream investment and early action to prevent harm

Posted in: News on May 15, 2012

Written by Anna Coote, Head of Social Policy at nef, the report makes the case for preventing harm in relation to people, the planet and the economy through long-term planning, upstream investment and early action.The report was supported by a number of leading voices on this debate who presented at the event and included Lord Turner (Chairman of the FSA), Margaret Hodge MP, David Robinson (Chair of the Early Action Taskforce) and Jonathon Porritt (Founder/Director of Forum for the Future).There are opportunities to join the on-going debate around prevention by contactin: anna.coote@neweconomics.org


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