Stuart Scott is this week´s guest. He is an American environmentalist, educator and founder of ScientistsWarning. On this episode of Climate Action News One-on-one he will talk about how Scientists Warning is pursuing their mission in the time of the pandemic and explain why he is so strongly opposed to growth economics. Visit scientistswarning.org
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Stuart Scott is an American environmentalist and educator known for his creativity in communicating the urgency and severity of the impact of the current ‘growth’ economic system on climate, habitability of Earth, and society. Principally known for his visibility at UN-sponsored climate negotiations, where he produces extensive video interviews. His thesis is that modern economies with their unrelenting emphasis on growth, are akin to a cancer with humanity as its host. Stuart Scott is a ‘systems thinker’, with training in a variety of scientific fields, work experience in finance, education and information systems, as well as extensive investigative immersion in Nature and cognitive psychology. Over time, Scott has allied himself with a wide variety of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and is credited with coalescing the ‘faith community’ within the UNFCCC climate negotiations. He produces and distributes programs at ScientistsWarning.TV.https://www.scientistswarning.org/
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