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Read and hear what E4A members are talking about !

E4A members work hard to articulate the challenge of the human-Earth relationship using the lens of Ecological Economics. Here is a selection of publications and recorded interviews / presentations by E4A students and faculty. As our project matures, we will have many more to come, so stay tuned…

 

2017

Wolfson, J.A.; Bostic, S.; Lahne, J.; Morgan, C.; Henley, S.C.; Harvey, J.; Trubek, A. (2017) A comprehensive approach to understanding cooking behavior: Implications for research and practice. British Food Journal 119(5) 1147-1158 doi: 10.1108/BFJ-09-2016-0438

Link to abstract

 

Brown, P.G. (2017) Commemorative Meeting on International Mother Earth Day 2017, as part of the UN Harmony with Nature interactive dialogue.

Link to presentation

 

Erickson, J. (2017) “Waking the Sleeping Giant”: winner of Best Feature Film at the Thin Line Festival in Denton, Texas.

 

Farley, J. (2017) Bringing the Earth Back into the Equation with Ecological Economics, In: EarthEd (State of the World), Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet, Washington DC: Island Press, 392.

Link to description

 

Farley, J. (2017) Bringing the Earth Back into Economics Worldwatch Institute, EarthEd Symposium: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet, North Carolina.

Link to presentation

 

Farley, J. (2017) EarthEd: Higher Education Reimagined Panel Worldwatch Institute, EarthEd Symposium: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet, North Carolina.

Link to panel discussion

 

Schmidt, J.J. (2017) Water:  Abundance, Scarcity, and Security in the Age of Humanity. New York: NYU Press.

Link to description

 

Sovacool, B.K.; Burke, M.; Baker, L.; Kotikalapudi, C.K.; Wlokas, H. (2017) New frontiers and conceptual frameworks for energy justice. Energy Policy 105 677-691.

Link to publication

 

Spencer, P. (2017) “Shaping Policy in the Anthropocene: Gender Justice as a Social, Economic and Ecological Challenge”.  Graduate College Dissertations and Theses. 672.
Read Thesis

 

2016

Ament, J. (2016) Asset Prices and Inequality Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC.

Link to presentation slides

 

Anderzén, J. (2016) Rauhantekijä: Vanessa Grayn taistelu öljyteollisuutta vastaan. Rauhan puolesta 5.

Link to publication

 

Arruda, J.; Dolter, B. (2016) Canadian contributions to the Ecological Economics Journal. Report to The Canadian Society for Ecological Economics.

Link to report

 

Arruda, J. (2016) Settler colonialism and mainstream economics. Master’s thesis. Vol. 22 No. 2 ISSN 1702-3548

Read Thesis

 

Brown, P. (2016) New geologic epoch: The Anthropocene. Interviewer, Justin Hayward.  The World at Six, CBC Radio One.

Link to interview

 

Brown, P.G. (2016) Remarkable conversations. Interviewer, Rahim Sajan. Remarkable Conversations with Remarkable People, TEDxCalgary.

Link to interview

 

Brown, P.G. (2016) Why we are lost. TEDxCalgary.

Link to presentation

 

Brown, P.G.; Erickson, J.D. (2016) How higher education imperils the future: an urgent call for action. Balance, The Romanian Association for the Club of Rome 1(2) 42-48.

Link to publication

 

Burke, M.; Leyshon, T., Kurts, J.  (February 26, 2016) RAD-TV Presents: Jobs, Justice and Climate. Interview with Channel 17, Burlington, VT.

Link to interview

 

Dolter, B.; Victor, P.A. (2016) Casting a long shadow: Demand-based accounting of Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions responsibility. Ecological Economics 127 156-164.

Link to publication

Link to blog post (publication inspiration)

 

Duda, J.; Hanna, T.; Burke, M. (2016) Building community capacity for energy democracy: A deck of strategies. The Next Systems Project, Democracy Collaborative.

Link to publication

 

Dube, B.; Farley, J. (2016) Silvopasture and Riparian Agroforestry in Santa Catarina: An Alternative Approach to Ecosytem Services Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC.

Link to presentation slides

 

Erickson, J. (2016) Greens Give Mixed Reviews on VT’s E-cars Interview with Joel Banner Baird, Burlington Free Press.

Link to article

 

Erickson, J. (2016) Lead, Follow or Get Out of the Way: the Economics of State Carbon Taxes Gund Tea, University of Vermont.

Link to abstract

 

Erickson, J. (2016) National water quality experts to speak in Iowa. Interviewer, Erin Murphy. Publisher, Lee Enterprises.

Link to Iowa Gazette

Link to Quad City Times

Link to Mason City Globe Gazette

Link to Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

 

Erickson, J. (2016) Transition Economics – Vermont The Energy Xchange.

Link to podcast

 

Erickson, J. (2016) Unity over Discipline: Tales from the Borderlands of Two Cultures, Plenary Speaker, Innovations in Collaborative Modeling, Michigan State University, Jun. 14-15, 2016.

Link to abstract

 

Erickson, J. (2016) UVM Study Shows Direct Connection Between Lake Champlain Pollution and Local Economy Interview with Jill Vaglica, VT Digger.

Link to article

 

Erickson, J. (2016) Vermont Climate Change Economy Council Members Perspectives (including E4A partners Andi Colnes, Energy Action Network (4:24) and Brian Shupe, Vermont Natural Resource Council (11:20)) Climate Economy Summit: Ideas to Action, Vermont Council on Rural Development, Randolph, VT, Feb. 22, 2016, minute 18:08-20:13.

Link to video

 

Gakwaya, A-Z. (2016) L’intégration du développement durable dans la Loi sur les mines : Quelle place pour l’équité sociale? Journal of Environmental Law and Practice. 28(2) 155

 

Halley, P; Gakwaya, A-Z (29 nov 2016)  Mémoire concernant le projet de loi 102 – Loi modifiant la Loi sur la qualité de l’environnement afin de moderniser le régime d’autorisation environnementale et modifiant d’autres dispositions législatives notamment pour réformer la gouvernance du Fonds vert Brief presented in parliamentary commission.  Commission des transports et de l’environnement de l’Assemblée nationale du Québec. Accessible online

 

Halley, P; Gakwaya, A-Z (15 sept 2015)  Mémoire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en droit de l’environnement sur le Livre vert – Moderniser le régime d’autorisation environnementale de la Loi sur la qualité de l’environnement Brief presented in parliamentary commission. Commission des transports et de l’environnement de l’Assemblée nationale du Québec. Accessible online

 

Gobby, J.; Salée, D.; Tyrrell, A. (2016) No Pipeline, What’s Next?  Interviewer, Mark Underwood.  The Link Newspaper, Concordia University.

Link to interview

 

Greenford, D.H. (2016) Radio interview, CKUT, McGill Campus Radio, December 7, 2016 at 7:15, 15 min into the first hour of the show.

Link to interview

 

Greenford, D.H. (2016) Carbon budgets, pipelines, and Canadian Climate Policy. The National Observer.

Link to article

 

Hammond Wagner, C.; Cox, M.; Bazo Robles, J. L. (2016) Pesticide lock-in in small scale Peruvian agriculture. Ecological Economics 129 72-81.

Link to publication

 

Jackson, T.; Victor, P.A; Naqvi, A.A. (2016) Towards a stock-flow consistent ecological macroeconomics. Working paper 114WelfareWorkWealth (WWW) for Europe 66pp.

Link to publication

 

Juncos-Gautier, M. (2016) To grow, or not to grow, that is the question for Puerto Rico’s economy. The San Juan Daily Star 24.

Link to publication

 

Perkins, P. (2016) Achieving resilient water supply and sanitation in an era of climate change. Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society, Mauritius.

Link to panel discussion

 

Perkins, P. E.; (2016) Commons and Climate Justice: Ecofeminist and Indigenous Paths Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC.

Link to presentation slides

 

Novais, S.M.A; Nunes, C.A.; Santos, N.B; D`Amico, A.R; Fernandes, G.W.; Quesada, M.; Braga, R.F.; Neves, A.C.O. (2016). Effects of a Possible Pollinator Crisis on Food Crop Production in Brazil. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0167292. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0167292

Link to publication

 

Sanniti, S. (2016) Film review on “The True Cost” Directed by Andrew Morgan. Magazine article: Women & Environments International Magazine No. 96/97, pp.49-50

Link to article

 

Sanniti, S. (2016) Redefining the Role of Consumption for a Sustainable Future.  Magazine article: Women & Environments International Magazine No. 96/97, pp.54-55

Link to article

 

Schmidt, J.J.; Brown, P.G.; Orr, C.J. (2016) Ethics in the Anthropocene: A research agenda. The Anthropocene Review 3 188-200.

Link to publication

Victor, P.A. (2016) Does the economy really need to keep growing so much? Questioning a Basic Orthodoxy. Interviewer, Alana Semuels. The Atlantic.

Link to publication

 

Victor, P.A.; Pollin, R. (June 2, 2016) Green economic growth vs slow growth. Interviewer, Sharmini Peries.  The Real News Network.

Link to interview

 

Wironen, M.; Palazuelos, A.; Cole, N.; Kusmer A.; Arruda J. (2016) Commons and Climate Justice: Ecofeminist and Indigenous Paths Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Washington, DC.

Link to presentation slides

 

2015

 

Brown, P.G. (2015) A (mainly) Unrealized Potential of Ecological Economics Joint Meeting of the U.S. & Canadian Societies for Ecological Economics, Vancouver, BC.

Link to presentation

 

Brown, P. (2015) How higher education is ruining the future. Presentation at the Canadian Association for the Club of Rome. Ottawa, Ontario.

Link to presentation

 

Brown, P.G. (2015) The intellectual and moral crisis of Western higher education in the Anthropocene. Big History Anthropocene Conference: A Transdisciplinary Exploration, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Link to presentation

 

Brown, P.G.; Timmerman, P., eds. (2015) Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene: an Emerging Paradigm. New York: Columbia University Press. 387pp.

Link to description

 

Erickson, J. (2015) 150+ Vermont Leaders Call for End of Gas Pipeline Project Press Release VT Digger.

Link to article

 

Erickson, J. (2015) Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene – An Emerging Paradigm Plenary Speaker, Joint Meeting of the U.S. & Canadian Societies for Ecological Economics, Vancouver, BC.

Link to presentation

 

Erickson, J.; Brown, P.G. (2015) Ecological Economics as Part of the Solution to the Economic Problem: Tracing the Development of a New Discipline (via Skype) Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization, Pomona College, CA.

Link to presentation

 

Erickson, J. (2015) Economics for the Anthropocene: Towards a New Science of Choice in the Age of Humans John Molson School of Business, Concordia University.

Link to abstract

 

Erickson, J. (2015) From Fairy Tale to True Crime: Shifting Economic Genre in the Age of Humans Plenary Speaker, Big History Anthropocene Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Link to presentation

 

Erickson, J. (2015) Symposium on Pope’s Encyclical Sparks Reflections on Climate Change. Mike Polhamus, Interviewer VT Digger.

Link to article

 

Erickson, J. (November 5, 2015) Vermont’s Carbon Tax Debate. Pre-debate interviewer, University of Vermont (UVM).  Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, UVM, Burlington, Vermont.

Link to interview

 

Garver, G. (2015) Law in the Anthropocene: A strategic framework for a transition to the rule of ecological law Joint Meeting of the U.S. & Canadian Societies for Ecological Economics, Vancouver, BC.

Link to presentation (part 1)

Link to presentation (part 2)

 

Hammond-Wagner, C. (2015) A clean lake needs a change in culture. Burlington Free Press, Burlington, Vermont.

Link to publication

 

Phoebe Spencer (acknowledged contributor among many others – see here page vii). (2015) The World’s Women 2015 (UN report). UN Statistics

 

Victor, P.A. (2015) Carbon and pollution pricing.  Interviewer, Steve Paiken. The Agenda Television Ontario (TVO).

Link to interview

 

Victor, P.A.; Jackson, T. (2015) Prospects for a sustainable economy. Worldwatch Institute State of the World 2015: Confronting Hidden Threats to Sustainability Symposium.

Link to presentation

 

Wironen, M. (2015) Consider landscape to clean the lake. Burlington Free Press, Burlington, Vermont.

Link to publication

 

Wironen, M. (2016) The Great Transition: Towards an Economics for the Anthropocene Joint Meeting of the U.S. & Canadian Societies for Ecological Economics, Vancouver, BC.

Link to presentation

 

Zia, A.; Wagner, C. H. (2015). Mainstreaming early warning systems in development and planning processes: Multi-level implementation of Sendai framework in Indus and Sahel. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science  6(2) 189-199.

Link to publication

 

2014

 

Brown, P.G.; Erickson, J. (2014). The Enduring Legacy of Karl Polanyi.  13th International Karl Polanyi Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.

Link to paper

 

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