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Refocusing resistance for climate justice. COPing in, COPing out and beyond Paris

EJOLT Report 23: Refocusing resistance for climate justice. COPing in, COPing out and beyond Paris The full report can be downloaded here. Abstract The climate and environmental justice debates are heating up ahead …

The Steady-State Economy

‚ÄėAn economy with constant stocks of people and artefacts, maintained at some desired, sufficient levels by low rates of maintenance ‚Äėthroughput‚Äô, that is, by the lowest feasible flows of matter …

Pigou tax

The Pigou tax (also called Pigouvian tax) is a tax that has been proposed to be applied to market participants that generate costs for others (e.g. other market participants) through …

Human Development Index (HDI)

The Human Development Index (HDI) is an indicator system which was developed to shift the focus of development economics from national income accounting to people centered policies. Its purpose is …

Biopiracy

Biopiracy is a situation in which indigenous knowledge of nature, originating with¬†indigenous peoples, is used by others for profit, without permission from and with little or no compensation or recognition …

Commons

Commons are resources used by many individuals in a commonly agreed way. In general the concept covers different issues such as natural resources (e.g. the air) or intellectual resources (e.g. …

Cap and trade systems

A cap and trade system is a policy instrument developed in order to put a limit on resource use and enhance the redistribution of equal shares of resources through the …

Natural Resource Management

Accelerated consumption and production might significantly undermine an ecosystem‚Äôs ability to generate functions and services, resulting in intensified overuse of natural resources and increased pollution. In this context, the management …

Coasian bargaining

Coasian bargaining is based on the ideas of Ronald H. Coase who earned the 1991 Nobel Prize in economics ‚Äėfor his discovery and clarification of the significance of transaction costs

The Anti-Nuclear Movement in Switzerland

Summary Switzerland adopted commercial nuclear power in 1969 and has a total of five operational nuclear reactors. These are located in four plants that supply 36.4% of Switzerland’s energy. While reactor …

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