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The subject of the 2000 lecture series is the
Respect for the Earth

This year's lectures are delivered by five different thinkers, each eminent in a different field. At the end of the run, the Prince of Wales presents his own views on the topic in a roundtable discussion with all five lecturers.

The Lecturers Lecturers

This year's lecturers are Chris Patten, Tom Lovejoy, John Browne, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Vandana Shiva and the Prince of Wales
The Lectures Lectures: Respect for the Earth

The Millennium Reith Lectures deal with one of the most pressing issues of our time - sustainable development.
The Argument The Argument

Jonathon Porritt explains how theories of sustainable development have become a key area for debate in academic circles, the environmental movement and the global political arena
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1: Governance - Chris Patten

2: Biodiversity - Tom Lovejoy

3: Business - John Browne

4: Health & Population - Gro Harlem Brundtland

5: Poverty & Globalisation - Vandana Shiva

6: A Royal View - The Prince of Wales

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