Geoffrey Garver teaches environmental courses as an adjunct professor at McGill and Concordia Universities in Montreal, and coordinates law and governance research for the Leadership for the Ecozoic program (http://www.l4ecozoic.org). He is on the Steering Committee of the Ecological Law and Governance Association and is active in the degrowth movement. Geoff has worked at the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (www.cec.org), the U.S. Justice Department and the U.S. EPA. His book Ecological Law and the Planetary Crisis was published in 2021.
By Geoffrey Garver, Degrowth.de
Humanity’s overarching challenge is to learn how to stop individually and collectively doing harmful things we are used to and conditioned to doing. Meeting that challenge, through degrowth or otherwise, requires some form of law.