Tradable Energy Quotas can help move us to a more sustainable economy, and possibly even contribute to mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. In this webinar Joshua Floyd, a researcher in energy and societal futures with the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at the University of Melbourne, argues for the need to simplify our lifestyles and institutions to ensure resilience in the face of energy descent.
This video will be of interest to anyone concerned about Energy Descent, as well as our critical need to reduce emissions from fossil fuels. Josh
This is the seventh video in the Economy of Enough webinar series. It went to air on 3 March 2021.
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