Tag: Ecological Economics

What will spark a degrowth movement in the USA? Thinking smaller in a country where everything is big (by Sam Bliss)

Things are big in the United States of America. Returning home after a year away reacquaints me with big detached single-family homes, big single-occupant vehicles, and big single-species grass lawns. I find wider roads, longer distances, larger supermarkets, and more stuff everywhere. As a student of ecological economics, […]

E4A Takes on Water Quality

This summer the nine PhD students and two MS students in the Economics for the Anthropocene‚Äôs (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 […]