Ethical Economics

Photo by  G. Crescoli  on  Unsplash

Photo by G. Crescoli on Unsplash

Resources for learning more about Ethical Economics:

  • Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont: "At the Gund Institute, we are developing, testing, and implementing innovative methods and models that reflect the need to integrate the social, built, natural, and human capital components of our world."
  • International Society for Ecological Economics: A a not-for-profit, member-governed, organization dedicated to advancing understanding of the relationships among ecological, social, and economic systems for the mutual well-being of nature and people.
  • Center for Sustainable Economy: "CSE works to speed the transition to a sustainable society through rigorous analysis of policy, programs, and projects, by developing creative solutions for government agencies, businesses, non-profits, and educators, and by providing expert support for legislative, administrative, and legal campaigns."
  • U.S. EPA National Center for Environmental Economics: NCEE's staff specializes in analyzing the economic and health impacts of environmental regulations and policies, and assists EPA by informing important policy decisions with sound economics and other sciences.