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Room 124 Burrill Hall, 407 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana
Center for a Sustainable Environment with co-sponsorship from the School of Earth, Society, and the Environment; the College of Law: and the Student Sustainability Committee.
April 4. The Costs and Possibilities of Capitalism. Much environmental change is undertaken by businesses and other market participants. We’ll consider the rising ecological critiques of capitalism and market competition and identify possibilities for major reform. We’ll also take up the clash between market allocation and political-citizen allocation as well as new ideas of private property and landscape governance.