Read about E4A alum Sophie Sanniti’s experience at the first CANSEE graduate student symposium for emerging and early career Ecological Economics scholars. Please click here for the original post.
In June, I was invited to speak at the eight annual Breakthrough Dialogue,an annual invite-only conference where accomplished thinkers debate how to achieve prosperity for humans and nature. The Breakthrough Institute, an ecomodernist think-tank, welcomed my presence as a provocateur. I was to participate in a panel called “Decoupling vs. Degrowth”. […]
E4A’s Phoebe Spencer recently published a paper titled Re-establishing Justice as a Pillar of Ecological Economics Through Feminist Perspectives, co-authored by Patricia E. Perkins and Jon D. Erickson. The piece argues for a feminist foundation to reclaim and in return rebuild the social justice lens of Ecological Economics. […]
As part of the E4A climate justice field course in May 2017, cohort 3 attended the ‘Toxic Tour’ of the petrochemical industrial area surrounding the Aamjiwnaang reserve near Sarnia, Ontario. The tour was hosted by Aamjiwnaang siblings Vanessa and Lindsay Gray, who gave an account of the historical and ongoing impact of the […]