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How Climate Change is Challenging Fundamental Economic Principles

Divestment from oil companies started in US schools and numerous North American schools have taken such action. When such economically “irrational” behaviour begins to become the norm, it is time to reconsider what is rational and irrational.

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It’s Not All About the Bottom Line

There is nothing wrong with wanting to have financial success… However, I argue that such a goal cannot be achieved in the long-run without simultaneously considering the “profitability” of the environment in which the company is situated as well. The financial profitability of a company cannot be healthy while everything around it is being exploited.

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A Little More Empathy

The news story that struck me the most last year was Lily’s story. It may not have any national impact, but it greatly embodies the social inequality that we know is everywhere, but invisible to our eyes.

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The Gendered Anatomy of the Great Recession

The effects of the economic failures on the female population reveal the gendered architecture of the global financial system. While virtually every nation on the planet was impacted by the crisis, it is important to observe the disproportionate impacts that were felt by certain populations.