Going Plastic-free is Self-Care (by Shaun Sellers)

With the release of the IPCC report and the Nobel-adjacent prize in economics going to a green growth economist, its been a regular-style dark month for ecological economists. The IPCC report was not nearly as annoying as the Nobel-ish prize, mostly because what was in the IPCC report […]

L4E offers exceptional graduate students the opportunity to collaborate in enabling a mutually enhancing human-Earth relationship

Position: The Gund Institute at the University of Vermont (UVM) in Burlington, Vermont and McGill University in Montreal, Quebec seek up to 6 PhD students to join the Leadership for the Ecozoic partnership in Fall 2019. This second L4E cohort will focus broadly on developing and applying systems-based […]

“Our Students Demand Bold Action on Climate Change”

Senator Bernie Sanders inspires young people to get involved in the political system at the local and macro levels to fight against climate change and make real change happen. L4E’s Rigo Melgar-Melgar gives his take on how students get involved with the movement (1:20).

How would a credit union reduce its environmental impact? (by Caleb Gingrich Regehr)

This is the question I’d get most often from my friends and family when I told them the internship for the Economics for the Anthropocene project was with my local credit union. Anecdotally, it seems like the idea that service industries are virtually free of ecological impacts is […]