Monday, 15 February 2021 with Steven Moore

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Is Covid-19 the watershed moment when the world transitions to a sustainable and just economy? How do we turn a culture of consumption into a culture of conservation? What would a fair, diverse, self-regulating, waste-free, self-sufficient, and resilient economy look like? What are the challenges ahead?

Steven Moore teaches Sustainability at the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University and  three courses (Sustainability, Environmental Policy, and Ecological Economics) at the Queen’s School of Environmental Studies. Steven also ran an off-the-grid organic farm on solar power, designed and built an earth-sheltered home incorporating many sustainable features, and has over 100 popular publications to his credit in the fields of environment and energy.

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