June TNG with Tim Worstall: Why we’re not running out of natural resources

For our June TNG we’re delighted to welcome Senior ASI Fellow and blogger extraordinaire Tim Worstall, who will be speaking on resource availability – the topic of his latest book, which will be available on the night.

This manuscript is so fresh that it doesn’t even have a final title yet, but in the words of Tim it ‘tiptoes through the mistakes and errors that public policy makes about resource availability, and argues that we’re not about to run out of any major or minor metal or mineral until long after our civilisation has faded from view.’

By day, Tim is a consultant and dealer in scandium and other exotic metals. However, he’s also a regular writer on matters economic and political for not only for the ASI, but Forbes, the Register and his own constantly-updated blog. He’s also written a number of books, including ‘Chasing Rainbows: How the Green Agenda defeats its aims’, ’20 Economics Fallacies’, and the ASI-published rebuttal of Ha-Joon Chang, ’23 Things We ARE Telling You About Capitalism’.

Join us for what will no doubt be a very entertaining event.

To attend, please RSVP to events@adamsmith.org. Please note that The Next Generation events are for the under-30s only.