The first of an interdisciplinary seminar series on the topic of ‘Inequality and the Environment’, organised by Alex Milden.

  • Economic inequality and the environment, or why do rich countries consume and pollute more?
  • Are there too many people: can the planet cope?
  • Are we all doomed anyway: are climate change emissions spiralling out of control?
  • How can social sciences help, or how do we stop the physical sciences stealing our thunder?

Inequality and the Environment introduction

 

 

Economic inequality and the environment, or why do rich countries consume and pollute more?

Inequality and the Environment question 1

Inequality and the Environment question 1

 

 

Are there too many people: can the planet cope?

Inequality and the Environment question 2

Inequality and the Environment question 12

 

 

Are we all doomed anyway: are climate change emissions spiralling out of control?

Inequality and the Environment question 3

Inequality and the Environment question 3

How can social sciences help, or how do we stop the physical sciences stealing our thunder

Inequality and the Environment question 4

Inequality and the Environment question 4

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