Sustainability by Rachelle Peterson | Report

Higher Education’s New Fundamentalism

To many, sustainability is just a new name for environmentalism. But the word has come to mean something much larger: an ideology that demands new limits on economic, political, and intellectual freedom as the price that must be paid to ensure the welfare of future generations. This report is the first in-depth critical examination of the sustainability movement in higher education.


Appendix I: Living with Climate Orthodoxy on Campus: One Professor’s Take

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Appendix II: Divesting Reason: A Student’s Perspective

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Appendix III: Environmental Lysenkoism: Reflections from a Scientist

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Appendix IV: A Transnational, “Precautionary” Movement: Thoughts from an International Trade Lawyer

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