Dr. Jason Scorse, Director of the Center for the Blue Economy at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, is quoted in this article. He emphasizes that the blue economy as a concept must adopt a sustainability-focus by definition, rather than being co-opted into the historical extract-consume-discard model.
A “How-To” Guide for Non-Economists to establish the Blue Economy in their National Income Accounts; Research from our Alumni and Students; Victory on the Policy Front for Ocean Climate Action
| by Jessie Raymond
“This is a win I have been working for, for 25 years,” says Middlebury Institute Professor Jason Scorse. In a video interview, Scorse breaks down how the Inflation Reduction Act will help the U.S. transition away from fossil fuels.Video
Students in the International Environmental Policy program were awarded numerous fellowships and scholarships that will support field research and learning opportunities around the world.
The Inflation Reduction Act might be the most comprehensive climate policy in U.S. history, but it’s still not enough. Op-Ed by Center for the Blue Economy Director Jason Scorse and Blue Frontier Executive Director David Helvarg.
| by Emily Stokes
International Environmental Policy alumna Emily Stokes describes how checking job boards, taking advantage of IPSS, and working the MIIS network led to her current job.
On June 8th, 2022, World Ocean Day, the Biden-Harris Administration announced the creation of a whole-of-government Ocean Climate Action Plan. The Center for the Blue Economy, Blue Frontier, and our coalition of Ocean Climate Action partners celebrate this announcement! Is it coincidence that they have titled it the Ocean Climate Action Plan? We think not!