Where humanity is headed in an overcrowded, over-consuming world
In a discussion spanning the worlds of math, physics, and chemistry, the panelists will explore the challenges of economic and population growth, particularly where they relate to renewable energy sources.
The Dig’s curator, Christopher Ketcham, will be the moderator. He’s an author, essayist, poet, amateur naturalist, and journalist who covers public lands and environmental issues across the United States.
Dr. William Rees
Bio-ecologist, ecological economist, former director, and professor emeritus of the University of British Columbia’s School of Community and Regional Planning.
Executive director of the advocacy group Population Balance and adjunct lecturer at the Institute for Humane Education at Antioch University, where she teaches about the perils of pro-natalism, human supremacy, and human growthism.
Co-founder of Greenpeace International, writer, and ecologist who advocates for degrowth of the human enterprise.
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