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The Case for Carbon Pricing in Saskatchewan (by Brett Dolter)

Climate change is an urgent problem. Getting off fossil fuels will be difficult. If you agree with these two statements, I’d invite you to consider my arguments in support of a third statement: Carbon pricing is the most effective way to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. Click here to […]

The new Leadership for the Ecozoic (L4E) project seeks PhD students!

  Building on E4A, we are proud to announce an important evolution of our project! We are looking for excellent PhD students to become leaders for the Ecozoic. Please see below our recruitment call. Leadership for the Ecozoic (L4E) offers exceptional graduate students the opportunity to collaborate in […]

Finding allies in the Anthropocene (by Tim Crownshaw)

In conversations with all sorts of people, on the topic of what I’m doing and why, I’m often struck by the muted response to how truly precarious our present moment in history really is. We are living at a time of severe ecological degradation and loss, in what […]

Welcome to the Molysmocene

by Michael Hennessy Picard (postdoctoral fellow @ McGill Law Faculty), Olivier Barsalou (professor of law, UQAM) & Tina Beigi (bioresource engineer & environmental auditor)   Fig. 1 New York City Garbage artwork by Justin Gignac The climate talks in Bonn are now over. This 23rd Convention of the […]