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Faculty of Economics

Friday, 3 August, 2018

Economic policy is aimed at socially sustainable growth, yet scientific evidence suggests our economy has physical limits. Our atmosphere and energy supplies are almost certain constraints on future output. The limits on physical resources might need to be taken into account by macroeconomics to create a more accurate understanding of sustainability. What is the importance of energy availability for growth, and do planetary boundaries need to be taken more seriously?

Visit the Sustainable Growth Hub to find out more about their research

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