In an active democracy, like the United States, can we separate politicized value connotations attached to climate change?

In a new DUSP Faculty Video, Associate Professor Janelle Knox-Hayes discusses the nature and the limitations of markets when examined in at the local level. For example, how do different countries frame their climate change policy? Is their understanding rooted in a narrative of economic incentives, issues of morality, or perhaps as a security issue? How do differing and diverse perceptions affect their interactions with market apparatus aimed at controlling climate change?

Discover the answers to these questions about more by watching our newest DUSP faculty video:

Comic/Image credits: 

Chip Bok, October 2015

Glenn McCoy, 2009

Mike Lester, December 2013