Tim Jackson on the Economics of Climate Change

by Joshua on January 17, 2012 · 1 comment

I’ve said numerous times before how much I love Tim Jackson’s work. His book is easily the best growth dilema work to date. And the report the book is based upon is equally as good, just quicker to read. Heck, if you don’t have time for that there is even a summary (pdf) of the report! Needless to say, I think everyone should read his work.

Here’s a great video of a TED Talk by Tim Jackson on the Economics of Climate Change:

Special thanks to Growth Is Not Sustainable for first posting this video.

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Rick Casey April 13, 2012 at 15:30

I was pleased to discover your blog today, via the CASSE website.
I have been teaching environmental economics at Front Range Community College since 2009, but would like to develop an online course in Ecological Economics. As I have not been able to find an opportunity to do this locally, I am searching for a school or organization that would like to develop such an online course, by placing my message at strategic sites — like this one. So if anyone knows of such, I would appreciate the contact. Thanks much! –Rick

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