Tag: Anthropocene

Does Prime Minister Trudeau Understand the Climate Crisis? An Open Letter from E4A

E4A sent a letter to the Prime Minister regarding climate change leadership; but we have yet to receive a response. We post it below and here.         To: The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, P.C., M.P., Prime Minister of Canada Cc: Hon. Catherine McKenna, Minister of […]

The blue, the green and the grey (by Alice Damiano)

    I breathe blue and green and feel the air on my face while the wind pushes the clouds in their playful race   the ponds are a sheer shelter for fishes and frogs while the crickets accompany the birds in their songs   the river flows […]

E4A Takes on Water Quality

This summer the nine PhD students and two MS students in the Economics for the Anthropocene’s (E4A) water cohort will be participating in a problem-based field course in Vermont looking at water quality issues in the Lake Champlain Basin. One of the goals of the E4A program is […]