The Society for Human Ecology meeting in Bar Harbor is underway with a session on evolutionary approaches to sustainability. The session featured David Sloan Wilson, Meredith Niles, Jeremy Brooks, Vicken Hillis, Dustin Eirdosh, Susan Hanish and myself. My presentation focused on our new cultural multilevel selection framework for sustainability analysis, currently under review in Ecology and Society.
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