C. Brannon Andersen

C. Brannon Andersen is a biogeochemist and sustainability scientist interested in how and why humans transform environmental systems. Increasingly, he is interested in visioning a post-capitalist future that provides pathways to a sustainable world for his daughters and students. He is the Rose J. Forgione Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Sustainability Sciences at Furman University in Greenville, SC and Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Croatia.

Capitalism cannot solve climate change, economic democracy and a public wealth economy could

Climate change is real and happening now – the scientific data is overwhelming, and the global news is telling the story of fires, droughts, hurricanes, heatwaves, etc.  Yet despite this knowledge, despite all the international meetings, and all the emissions and sustainable development goal setting, humanity has made no significant movement on climate change.  Why?  …

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Reflections on the International Climate Strike

Scientists have understood climate change as a reality for over a century.  Svante Arrhenius was the first to actually calculate the potential effect of rising carbon dioxide concentrations on global temperature in the late 1890s, but was not the first to recognize the potential impact of the combustion of fossil fuels on global climate.  Starting in …

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