E4A’s Alice Damiano’s thoughts on why a graduate student should consider 3MT/MT180

It’s January, and this means several things: The weather is cold, the Montreal Island is covered in snow and ice, the Winter term has begun… and it’s Three Minute Thesis/Ma Thèse en 180 Secondes time! As it is explained here and here, Three Minute Thesis/Ma Thèse en 180 Secondes (3MT/MT180) is a competition in which […]

E4A-ELGA Workshop – From environmental to ecological law WORKSHOP OVERVIEW (Geoff Garver and Laura Gilbert)

This workshop is a milestone event for the Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) Law and Governance Research Initiative and the Ecological Law and Governance Association (ELGA).  The workshop highlights leading research in the emerging field of ecological law, with a view to 1) publication of workshop papers in a special […]

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 […]

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 […]