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. E4A students and faculty communicate their research in a variety of ways. As our project matures, we will have many more to come, so stay tuned…

2018

Greenford, D.H., & Lesk, C. (2018). Opinion: Steven Pinker’s optimism on climate change is misplaced. Montreal Gazette. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Laliberté, M. (2018). Le Vermont saturé de phosphore. La Voix de l’Est. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Polhamus, M. (2018). Scott administration defends manure-to-money scheme. VTDigger. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Waugh, B.D.N. (2018). Phosphorus Surplus Hurts Cleanup Efforts: Vermont. The University of Vermont. Retrieved from [Link to press release].

WCAX3 (Producer). (2018). Does Vermont have more cows than the state can sustain? [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

2017

Gracey, K. (2017). Herman Daly and Bernardo Aguilar Awards. United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE). Retrieved from [Link to announcement].

McGill University (Producer). (2017). Peter Brown UN3 [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Worldwatch Institute (Producer). (2017). EarthEd: Higher Education Reimagined Panel [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Worldwatch Institute (Producer). (2017). Josh Farley, Bringing the Earth Back Into Economics, Worldwatch Institute, EarthEd [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

2016

Baird, J. B. (2016). Greens give mixed reviews on VT’s E-cars. Burlington Free Press. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Bensaid, J. (Producer) (2016). Achieving resilient water supply and sanitation in an era of climate change [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

CBC Radio-Canada (Producer). (2016). World News at Six [Radio broadcast]. Retrieved from [Link to broadcasting].

Channel 17 (Producer). (2016). RAD-TV presents: Jobs, Justice and Climate [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Macquarie University Community (Producer) (2016). Big History Anthropocene Conference – Ecological economist Professor Jon Erickson [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Macquarie University Community (Producer) (2016). Big History Anthropocene Conference –  Ecological economist Professor Peter Brown – Keynote Address [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Milton, J. (2016). Concordia Students Organize Panel on Pipeline Resistance: Group of Panelists included Green Party of Quebec Leader Alex Tyrrell. The Link Publication Society. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Mueller, J. (Interviewer) (2016). Transition Economics – Vermont [Audio podcast]. The Energy Xchange. Retrieved from [Link to podcast].

Murphy, E. (2016). National water quality experts to speak in Iowa. Gazette-Lee Des Moines Bureau.
Retrieved from [Link to Iowa Gazette article].
Link to Quad City Times article
Link to Mason City Globe Gazette article
Link to Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier article

Real News Network (Producer). (2016). Debate: Green Economic Growth Vs. Slow Growth [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Semuels, A. (2016). Does the Economy Really Need to Keep Growing Quite So Much? Questioning a basic orthodoxy. The Atlantic. Retrieved from [Link to article].

TEDxCalgary (Producer). (2016). Remarkable Conversations: Dr. Peter Brown [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

TEDx Talks (Producer). (2016). Why We Are Lost: Dr. Peter Brown [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Vaglica, J. (2016). UVM Study Shows Direct Connection Between Lake Champlain Pollution and Local Economy. VTDigger. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Vermont Council on Rural Development (Producer). (2016). VCRD Summit Part 5 Vermont Climate Economy IDEAS TO ACTION [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

2015

Economics for the Anthropocene (Producer). (2015). CACOR Presents: A Luncheon Town Hall Meeting [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

David O’Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise. (2015). Economics for the Anthropocene: Toward a new science of choice in the age of humans. John Molson School of Business: Concordia University.
Link to announcement

Lature, D. (Producer). (2015). Ecological Economics: June 6, 2015 at @PandoPopulus “Economics for the Anthropocene” [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

ORCA Media (Producer). (2015). Carbon Tax Debate [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Polhamus, M. (2015). Symposium on Pope’s encyclical sparks reflections on climate change. VTDigger. Retrieved from [Link to article].

TVOntario (Producer). (2015). Pricing Pollution [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

Vermont Press Releases. (2015). 150+ Vermont leaders call for end of gas pipeline project. VTDigger. Retrieved from [Link to article].

Worldwatch Institute (Producer). (2015). Worldwatch Institute State of the World 2015 – The Prospects for a Sustainable Economy, Peter Victor [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

XE Live (Producer). (2015). Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene: An Emerging Paradigm – Jon Erickson [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

XE Live (Producer). (2015). Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene: An Emerging Paradigm – Peter Brown [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].

XE Live (Producer). (2015). The Great Transition: Towards an Economics for the Anthropocene – Geoff Garver – Part 1 [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].
Link to Part 2

XE Live (Producer). (2015). The Great Transition: Towards an Economics for the Anthropocene – Michael Wironen [Video file]. Retrieved from [Link to video].