Frederic Jennings has a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University, and is President of the Center for Ecological Economic and Ethical Education (CEEEE) located in Ipswich, MA. Frederic also is on the staff of Biodiversity for a Livable Climate (www.bio4climate.org) as their ecological economist.
Atoms, Bits and Wits: The Economic Case for Cooperation
Atoms, bits and wits show why a horizonal view will open an economic case for cooperation and learning in media, education, politics and ecology.
February 15, 2023
Hammers, Nails and New Constructions – An Obvious Case for Economic Pluralism
Scientific control leads to rigid dogma in academics; science should be open as an axiomatic condition. Pluralism helps to avoid theories unfit to their realms of use.
August 2, 2021
Six Choice Metaphors to Unfold Economics
Human ecology opens us beyond a reductive view. We are part of understanding; our regard is from ‘inside,’ not as ‘outside’ observers.
July 12, 2021
A flyfishing ecology
One of the greatest and most overwhelming conceptual breakthroughs of my life was the realization that everything in our universe is connected and interacting in networks of interdependent cause and effect through time.
June 1, 2021
Academy, society, and personal growth: Some thoughts on our modern malaise
What is the aim of a university, and is it being achieved? My goal is constructive critique: to open a broader perspective on some patterns in which we reside.
May 19, 2021
Imagine Earth Day in ten years
It’s a bit of a challenge, to imagine what Earth Day will look like in ten years. Part of that challenge arises from the fact that it depends on what we do throughout that decade to deal with and try to correct the ravages of incipient climate change effects.
April 30, 2021