Sustainable Growth

    Our scholars engage in understanding and assessing the concept of sustainable growth. We support research that examines the political and economic impacts of the potential climatic, environmental, political and ethical constraints on future growth.

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    Let Them Drink Pollution?

    The tragic crisis in Flint, Michigan, where residents have been poisoned by lead contamination, is not just about drinking water. And it’s not just about Flint. It’s about race and class, and the stark contradiction between the American dream of equal rights and opportunity for all and the American nightmare of metastasizing inequality of wealth and power. Read more

    Towards an Ecological Macroeconomics

    Three major crises are confronting the world. The first is the increasing and uneven burden of humans on the biosphere, and the observation that we have already surpassed the ‘safe operating space’ for humanity with respect to three planetary boundaries: climate change, the nitrogen cycle and biodiversity loss. Read more