E4A at the People’s Climate March in New York – a personal account

By Jen Gobby. Last weekend I left my familiar habitat of the libraries and classrooms of McGill University and I boarded the Greyhound to New York City. There I participated in the largest Climate March in history. I and some 400, 000 other people walked together to express […]

Economics for the Anthropocene

Humanity is overwhelming and degrading the Earth’s life support systems on which all life depends. Much of the Earth’s fresh water is contaminated, in short supply, and subject to competing claims. Continued reliance on non-renewable sources of energy is unsustainable and faces increasingly unacceptable trade-offs for both regional […]

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