The Role of Engineering in Addressing Climate Change
Session Five of the Hutton Series saw the panellists recognising the importance of the transition in energy use and associated infrastructure and related behavioural patterns. Professor Susan Krumdieck outlines the details in her manifesto for Panmure House Perspectives.
Adam Smith and the Pin Factory
Adam Smith’s description of the pin factory, with which he begins The Wealth of Nations, introduces the fundamental economic concept of the division of labour.
A Climate for Change, but How?
The role of business in addressing climate change.
The significance of carbon pricing
Economic thinker Andrew Milligan takes us back to basics on the significance of carbon pricing.
How to get to Net-Zero
COP26 is our opportunity to re-commit ourselves to the difficult but perfectly feasible challenges of taking our country to net zero
What can be added to the happiness of someone in good health, out of debt, and with a clear conscience? pondered Adam Smith
Economic thinker Andrew Milligan points out that the present response to Covid-19 is not unique and that governments do increase National Debt to eye-watering levels in times of crisis.
The Hutton Series on Climate Change: The Response from the Financial Sector
As a participant in the financial sector session, alongside senior figures from the investment and financial regulation worlds, it offered an opportunity to look back in order to look ahead.
Panmure House Perspectives began life as a biannual business magazine. Hard-copy printing ceased in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, and all our articles are now published fully online. Past editions of the printed magazine are still available to download in PDF format below.