Ecological Economics

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Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

The business case for new pipelines is terrible.

 

Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

With ecology-focused planning tools, communities will reap the benefits.

 

Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

How to put meaning back in your work.

 

Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

When we focus on employment, equity and environment, quality of life improves- and the people thrive.

 

Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

How a “textbook of a record” is a classic example of the need to connect ecology and economy on campuses

 

Alternatives Journal | Jul 12, 2017

Designing a sustainable community care system in a world without growth

 

Katie Kish is a mum, maker and teacher who loves to explore how people find meaning and purpose through creativity and curiousity. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo, a Lecturer at the University of Waterloo and Vice President Communications for the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics.

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