Gary Flomenhoft is a graduate in Ecological Economics and Public Policy from the program founded by Robert Costanza and Herman Daly at the University of Maryland. He was a faculty member at the University of Vermont and Gund Institute Fellow from 2002-2013. During that time he taught natural resources, international development, macro and ecological economics, and public policy, including a history of Environmental Policy in the US. Gary is currently a PhD student studying the commonwealth at the University of Queensland, Australia.

Articles by this author Sort by : TopicSectionDate

Proponents and critics of taking action on climate change are each frustrated by the process of stalemated debate. Proponents are convinced of the scientific evidence and cannot understand the delays, denial, and skepticism that prevent urgent action. Critics feel the science is not conclusive, that concern is overblown, and that the proposed …

Read more