Ethics, Economics, Finance, and Governance for the Anthropocene
Our Third Millennium Economy Project maintains that we have entered a new era in which human activities are massively disrupting Earth’s life support systems, and the crises we face cannot be resolved in the absence of fundamental rethinking of our present systems of ethics, economics, finance and governance.
Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A), a graduate training and research partnership based at McGill University, York University and University of Vermont, builds on 3ME. The program is designed to improve how the social sciences and humanities connect to the ecological and economic challenges of the Anthropocene.
Capital Institute is proud to participate in this ground-breaking program. Two students of the program are supporting the research for our upcoming Regenerative Finance white paper.