Ecological macroeconomics develops theories and models that account for biophysical limits of economic development, which is essential to inform the debate on economic policy.
It integrates economy-wide mechanisms that underpin environmental distribution conflicts into existing models of the open economy. Sigrid Stagl has worked on sustainable consumption, working time, “green” investment and COVID-19 recovery.
Fostering the transition towards sustainable energy systems is central to addressing climate change and other pressing societal issues.
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