Videos: The Gund In Action
Regularly explore these seminars, interviews, short research profiles, and talks for fresh educational content about the thought, science and life behind ecological economics and design. With a variety of people doing exceptional work around the world, we make it our priority to share the energy, depth, and lessons of these unique experiences through multimedia production.
Based on the forthcoming book, "The Unfinished Journey" edited by Peter Brown and Peter Timmerman this short documentary film looks at the history of Ecological Economics, its current state, and the next areas for evolution. Filmed at the USSEE Conference in June 2013 the film brings together pioneers in Ecological Economics ...
Valerie Luzadis, Chair and Professor, Department of Environmental Studies SUNY ESF, President of the USSEE, discusses how the way in which we understand and articulate our place in the economy influences our behavior. Reframing to focus on positive outcomes, understanding ourselves as citizens first rather than consumers, and ...
Daniel Clarke, UN Statistician, discusses the UN framework on ecosystem service accounting. The UN recently developed and adopted a new framework for integrating information on ecosystem services into international economic accounting. The framework is already being being tested and implemented in countries and regions, worldwide. ...
Gund Tea: Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux, Meeting UVM's Land Grant Mission: A Reflection on the Vermont State Climate Office
Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux, Associate Professor, Geography and VT State Climatologist, discusses the role of the Vermont State Climate Office at UVM.
Attorney Carolyn Raffensperger, Executive Director of Science, Environmental and Health Network (SEHN), spoke at the Gund on, "Guardianship for Future Generations: Becoming Great Ancestors". She advocates our government has two functions to defend and protect rights. It is the government’s responsibility to be the steward and ...