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Protecting Society from Itself: Reconnecting Ecology and Economy

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Title Protecting Society from Itself: Reconnecting Ecology and Economy
Creator Karr, James
Subject ecology economics market economy capitalism citizen participation government and administration human health social benefit economic development sustainable communities water corporate social responsibility
Description Karr will present the paradox: As scientific understanding of Earth and the effects of humans on Earth systems expand, the threats to Earth's living systems—human and nonhuman—worsen. He will ask: How can we be smarter and more knowledgeable, yet ignore so many of the lessons of that knowledge? He will argue that humanity needs to revise its actions in four ways: 1. Recognize relationship between ecology and economy. 2. Moderate negative effects of global business networks. 3. Make our voices...
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-06-13T23:00:14Z 2011-06-13T23:00:14Z 2007-02-14
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16582
Language en_US
Relation 2007 Annual Review of Research;Karr

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