Matthew Houser is an Assistant Research Scientists at Indiana University’s Environmental Resilience Institute. Matthew primarily studies how social and biophysical processes constrain individuals’ capacity to recognize and respond to climate change.
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Friday, November 30, 2018
Addressing Climate Change Through Degrowth: It May Be Less Contentious Than You Think.
To address climate change, our society must come to grips with reality. Capitalism’s growth dependency is an insurmountable barrier to environmental sustainability. Economic production is a key source of greenhouse gases and studies continue to find a positive relationship between economic growth...