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Thinking about Sustainability and the Environment: An Interview with Craig Mitchell

The ethics and economics of environmental “sustainability” is a challenging and pressing topic of discussion in U.S. and international politics. In this interview, ethicist Craig Mitchell offers an overview of some of the core concepts in this discussion and sketches how a “free market economics” approach can make a difference in light of a responsible anthropology, and the role of governmental power to regulate individual practices and industries.

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