By Geoff Garver. On September, 18, 2014, Paul Krugman used his New York Times column to call out critics of endless growth on a finite planet, in particular the Post Carbon Institute and those in the degrowth movement. His main mission was to praise the The New Climate […]
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 […]
Our partnership of 25 local and international academic institutions, researchers, government agencies and civil society groups forms a regional hub of expertise and excellence in Ecological Economics and related fields working on issues at local and global scales. Each year E4A accepts a new cohort of students that […]
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