JOURNAL PAPERWORLD MONETARY UNIONWINNING PLANNEW ECONOMIC SYSTEMPRESENTATION 2015

JOURNAL PAPER

Risk Cost of Carbon

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WORLD MONETARY UNION

Institutions for Sustainability

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WINNING PLAN

MIT Climate CoLab 2015

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NEW ECONOMIC SYSTEM

Global Rewards for Climate Mitigation

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PRESENTATION 2015

Paper and Interview

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A model of economic production in which energy plays an essential role

Prof Steve Keen is creating realistic economics for the post-crash world Prof. Steve Keen has launched a Patreon crowd fund project, to finance the development of a dynamic monetary approach to economics. He is looking at the role of energy in the economy, and how credit causes housing bubbles. Global 4C Risk Mitigation policy is based on…

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This is how the world ends…

Record Amazon fires stun scientists; sign of sick, degraded forests by Sue Branford and Maurício Torres on 11 October 2017 In truth, the very survival of the Amazon may depend on humanity’s rapid success in radically reducing its release of greenhouse gases planet-wide. Bruno Lopes, a Ph.D student at the Federal University of Viçosa, spells…

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Fear and loathing of artificial intelligence: welcome to the global economy

What people fear about robots and artificial intelligence… is just the tip of an iceberg. By Delton Chen Ph.D. (20 July, 2017) The automation of customer service with artificial intelligence (AI), and the replacement of workers with AI robots, appears to be an inevitable development with the advancement of computer software, integrated circuits and robots….

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PositiveMoney and Global 4C: how are they different?

First Published May 16, 2017 Updated June 6, 2017 Positive Money is a not-for-profit based in London that seeks to change the UK banking and monetary system to be (in their words) democratic and sustainable. There are some major differences between PositiveMoney and Global 4C, and in this blogpost the major differences between the two initiatives are…

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Must Read – Q&A: The Social Cost of Carbon (SCC)

Carbon Brief Carbon Brief provides a great article on the science and the politics of the Social Cost of Carbon (SCC), including background on the scientific issues, the modelling, and the legal situation in the US. The social cost of carbon (SCC) has been called “the most important number you’ve never heard of” because it…

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