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E4A Takes on Water Quality

This summer the nine PhD students and two MS students in the Economics for the Anthropocene‚Äôs (E4A) water cohort will be participating in a problem-based field course in Vermont looking at water quality issues in the Lake Champlain Basin. One of the goals of the E4A program is […]

Building a new economy

Blog Post by E4A PhD Student Matt Burke Why do mainstream economic policies of (over)developed nations, at all scales and in all sectors, continue to promote and depend upon unending economic growth? And how can we begin to understand alternatives? In a recent post to VTDigger.org, author Eric […]