February 19 2015

FEEM Re3: "Ecology, Economics and the Management of Global Environmental Commons"

Complex environmental problems such as climate change require both an understanding of the environmental drivers and knowledge of the feedbacks between resource dynamics and human activity. The socio-economic dynamics, in turn, call for an investigation of the behavioral drivers. Alessandro Tavoni, LSE and FEEM associate researcher argues that a multidisciplinary approach, while not sufficient, is necessary to address complexity.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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