#4 A2E webinar on Energy Transitions & Degrowth
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About the Event
The last Wednesday of every month we’ll be highlighting the work of graduate students, faculty, and collaborators in the Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) and Leadership for the Ecozoic (L4E) graduate research and training partnerships. Talks are designed to be fifteen-minute research overviews with ideas on actionable outcomes, followed by fifteen-minute Q&A.
This month’s webinar highlights aspects of the current energy transition and economic degrowth, including:
- Agroecology and Degrowth: Complementarity in Utopian Futures by Megan Egler, an L4E and UVM Rubenstein School Ph.D. student and Gund Institute Graduate Fellow.
- How much Energy is Enough? Energy for Well-Being not Endless Growth by Matthew Burke, an L4E Gund Institute Postdoctoral Fellow in the Rubenstein School and Director of a new L4E Policy Lab supported by the James M. Jeffords Fund.
- Not all that's Green Glitters: a Systematic Mapping of Protests against Fossil Fuel and Low-Carbon Energy Projects by Leah Temper, an L4E Research Associate at McGill University.