William Rees // Part 1 of 3 // Why Degrowth?





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Published on Apr 17, 2014

Part 1 of 3 from the April 16th, 2014 Vancouver Degrowth Event Titled: Why degrowth? Dialogue on a pathways towards a smaller economy

Video of William Rees' presentation at the April 16th, 2014 Vancouver Degrowth event

Part of the 2014 Extraenvironmentalist / Vancouver Degrowth Live Event Series

-- Bill Rees --

William Rees is a human ecologist, ecological economist, Professor Emeritus and former Director of the University of British Columbia's School of Community and Regional Planning in Vancouver, Canada, where his research and teaching focused on the biophysical prerequisites for sustainability in an era of accelerating ecological change. Dr. Rees is co-originator of ecological footprint analysis & winner of the 2012 Blue Planet Prize and the 2012 Kenneth E. Boulding award jointly with his former doctoral student, Dr. Mathis Wackernagel

Event Partners Include:
Vancouver De-growth
The Revelry Society
The Extraenvironmentalist
The BC Work Less Party
Strut Studios

Camera Team: Justin Ritchie, Kevin Melsheimer


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