Joint AOSC-ESSIC Seminar at UMD

*** Special Day, Time & Location ***


From a Failed Growth Economy to a Steady State Economy: With Ten Policy Steps Along the Way

Professor Herman E. Daly

University of Maryland
School of Public Policy

A steady state economy is one that develops qualitatively without growing quantitatively--that is, an economy whose metabolic throughput remains within the resource-regenerative and waste-assimilative capacities of its biophysical environment and therefore is ecologically "sustainable". What policies are required by such a transition?


[ Written version of the talk ]


March 8, 2010, Monday

Seminar: 12:00-1:00pm

M Square, ESSIC Large Conference Room (# 4102)

[Contact: Eugenia Kalnay]
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