In the months leading up to the UN climate change conference in Paris this December there will likely be increasing chatter about emission targets – the percentage decrease in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that must be achieved by a specified date. The most ambitious of these may well appear to be serious attempts to address the crisis of global warming. For example, the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) says that, “… the world’s industrialized nations will have to reduce their emissions an average of 70 to 80 percent below 2000 levels by 2050.” Although such targets sound plausible, they are… Continue reading
Describes the three illusions that are the most significant impediments to effective action on the ecological crisis.
Outlines my strategic approach, which is intended as a basis for discussion among conservative and progressive thought leaders.
Explains the political structure of a capitalist society, the political underpinnings of progressivism and modern conservatism, and the strategic implications of the ideas presented.
Provides an overview of the Economics of Needs and Limits (ENL), which is my conceptual framework for guiding post-capitalist economies.
This book is my comprehensive treatment of the ENL framework.