There is More than One Economy, Neva Goodwin, Real World Economics Review, June 2018.
The Public Economy: Understanding Government as a Producer, June Sekera, Real World Economics Review, June 2018.
Who Says Labor Laws are "Luxuries"?, Jeronim Capaldo and Servaas Storm, Institute for New Economic Thinking, June 2018. Avaliable in German.
The EPA says burning wood to generate power is ‘carbon-neutral.’ Is that true?, William Moomaw, The Conversation, May 2018. Avaliable in French.
Pruitt Is Wrong on Burning Forests for Energy, William Moomaw, William H. Schlesinger, Beverly Law, and John Sterman, New York Times, May 3, 2018
Growing Resistance: The Rise and Fall of Another Mozambique Land Grab, Timothy A. Wise, GDAE Policy Brief, May 2018
Making Rural Mexico Great Again: Leading candidate endorses farmers' reform program, Timothy A. Wise, Food Tank, April 30, 2018
China Moves Forward with Carbon Markets, Yifei Zhang, Jonathan M. Harris, and Jin Li, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #10, April 2018. See related working paper.
Climate smart or regenerative agriculture? Defining new climate policies based on soil health, Anne-Marie Codur and Josephine Watson, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #9, April 2018
Wetlands In a Changing Climate: Science, Policy and Management, William R. Moomaw, G. L. Chmura, Gillian T. Davies, C. M. Finlayson, B. A. Middleton, Susan M. Natali, J. E. Perry, N. Roulet, Ariana E. Sutton-Grier, Wetlands, April 2018
A Critical Look at Forest Bioenergy: Exposing a high carbon “climate solution”, Jamie Fanous and William R. Moomaw, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #8, March 2018
The ABC's of Boston Community Choice Energy, Tyler Comings, Liz Stanton, and Bryndis Woods, Applied Economics Clinic Policy Brief, March 2018
Unmet Needs and Unused Capacities: Time Banking as a Solution, Neva Goodwin and Edgar Cahn, Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, February 2018
EU Bioenergy Policies Will Increase Carbon Dioxide Concentrations, William Moomaw, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #7, February 2018
Letter from Scientists to the EU Parliament, William Moomaw joined a group of 796 scientists to urge the EU Parliament to amend the EU's Renewable Energy Directive (RED) to keep fuel from felled trees from qualifying as a renewable energy source, January 9, 2018. Learn more at empowerplants.wordpress.com
Letter from American Scientists to Members of the EU Parliament, William Moomaw and 6 other American scientists wrote to Members of the EU Parliament to urge their support for reforms to the European Union’s bioenergy policies, January 8, 2018
EU must not burn the world's forests for 'renewable' energy, William Moomaw, The Guardian, December 2017
Puerto Rico, Climatic Extremes, and the Economics of Resilience, Ramón Bueno, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #6, December 2017. Available in Spanish. See presentation and recording from related event.
Keep Your Eyes on the Price: WTO Remains Blind to Agricultural Dumping, Timothy A. Wise and Sophia Murphy, Food Tank, December 15, 2017
Scientists’ Warning on Global Ecosystems and Decarbonizing the Global Economy – GDAE Environmental Updates (Designed for use with GDAE's Environmental and Natural Resource Economics textbook.)
Bonn Climate Conference Confronts New Urgency, Anne-Marie Codur and Jonathan Harris, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #5, November 2017. Available in Spanish.
Micro solutions for a macro problem: How marine algae could help feed the world, William Moomaw, The Conversation, October 19, 2017
Outsourced Government – The Quiet Revolution Examining the Extent of Government-by-Corporate-Contractor, June Sekera, Global Development and Environment Institute, September 2017
More Articles and Reports
18-01 "China’s Carbon Market: Accelerating a Green Economy in China and Reducing Global Emissions", Yifei Zhang, Jonathan M. Harris, and Jin Li, April 2018 [See the related policy brief]
17-02 "Missing from the Mainstream:
The Biophysical Basis of Production and the Public Economy", June Sekera, May 2017
17-01 "Iberian Electricity Sector: A transition towards a more liberalized and sustainable market", Agustín García, María Teresa García-Álvarez y Blanca Moreno, February 2017. Also available in Spanish.
16-03 "CETA Without Blinders: How Cutting ‘Trade Costs and More’ Will Cause Unemployment, Inequality and Welfare Losses", Pierre Kohler and Servaas Storm, September 2016
16-02 "Core Support for the New Economy", Neva Goodwin, June 2016 [Draft Version]. [Read the published version in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies].
16-01 "Trading Down: Unemployment, Inequality and Other Risks of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement", Jeronim Capaldo, Alex Izurieta, and Jomo Kwame Sundaram, January 2016
15-02 "Economics and the Near-Death Experience of Democratic Governance" June Sekera, May 2015
15-01 "Mandating Food Insecurity: The Global Impacts of Rising Biofuel Mandates and Targets", Timothy A. Wise and Emily Cole, February 2015