If economists know GDP is not a measurement of economic well-being, why have they continued using it as a proxy for this?
Our guest post discusses some exciting initiatives to augment GDP with indicators that measure our well-being or happiness.
The purchase of expensive luxury goods requires an agricultural and extractive surplus at the base of the economy–this is the “tropic theory of money.”
Does Paul Krugman believe GDP growth is making us richer or poorer?
How is the depletion of morality effecting the environment and economic growth?
What can you do in the face environmental and social mayhem? Learn something, say something, and do something.
When viewed through the lens of ecological economics and energy resources, the situation in Ukraine comes into sharp focus.
Water pollution is not just a technical problem. It’s an emergent property of our flawed economic system.
Want healthy ecosystems and healthy economies? You’d better think about conserving biocultural heritage.
What can leprosy and its treatment teach us about ourselves and how to manage our environmental crises?