Greg Mikkelson is CASSE’s ecological economist.
The speed of economic growth hinges to a large extent on the supply of fossil fuel, especially of oil and gas, which depends in turn on pipeline capacity. Thus, if we are to turn the tide against economic growth, pipelines are a good strategic place to start.
September 22, 2023
To promote both human health and environmental quality, countries would focus not on growing the GDP, but rather on different goals including education.
August 1, 2023
Like a doctor measuring a patient’s vital signs, environmental scientists use various indicators to assess the health of the global ecosystem.
July 12, 2023
Brian Czech once likened modern economic growth to a runaway train. This metaphor drives home the point that to save nature and humanity from an ecological train wreck, the most important thing is to decelerate the global economy.
December 1, 2022