An Intergenerational Conversation on Ecological Economics
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About the Event
Join the Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) and Leadership for the Ecozoic (L4E) graduate training and research partnerships THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 12-1:30 pm EDT for an “Intergenerational Conversation on Ecological Economics.” The Earth Institute’s Andy Revkin will be hosting as part of his #SustainWhat series, featuring post-doctoral and PhD students from the University of Vermont, McGill University, and the University of Waterloo. Research on care, production, energy, and food systems will be highlighted as key elements of the necessary economic transformation. Herman Daly and I will also join the call to reflect on emerging scholarship that is enabling a study and practice of economics rooted in principles of ecology and social justice.
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The Earth Institute's Sustain What webcast takes a deeper look at economics shaped to spread progress and cut chances of pandemics or other jolts by better integrating human systems with the non-human systems around them.
Tim Crownshaw, Ph.D. Student in Natural Resource Sciences McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. Tim is a PhD candidate in the department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill and part of the Economics for the Anthropocene partnership.
Katie Horner, PhD Student in Plant and Soil Science (Agroecology focus) University of Vermont, Leadership for the Ecozoic Partnership. Katie is pursuing a PhD in Plant and Soil Science, with a focus on Agroecology. Her dissertation research will focus on high-impact pedagogical approaches to teaching agroecology at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Katie Kish, Economics for the Anthropocene Postdoctoral Fellow McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. Katie Kish is a postdoctoral fellow for the Economics for the Anthropocene project at McGill University and Vice-President Communications for the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics. She is also a Fellow for the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience and for the Waterloo Institute of Complexity and Innovation.
Sophie Sanniti, PhD student in Ecological and Social Sustainability University of Waterloo, Ontario. Sophia Sanniti is currently pursuing a PhD in Ecological and Social Sustainability at the University of Waterloo and is the Vice President for Research and Education with the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics.