Brian Milani

Brian Milani writes and teaches on green political-economy and social change in Toronto. He has offered courses at York University, OISE/University of Toronto, the Transformative Learning Centre, and the Labour Education Centre. He wrote Designing the Green Economy: The Postindustrial Alternative to Corporate Globalization (2000); Building Materials in a Green Economy: Community-Based Strategies for Dematerialization (2005); and is working on a forthcoming book, The Threat of Abundance: Emerging Human Potentials and the Crisis of Capitalism. A former carpenter and green builder, he co-founded Green City Construction and the Eco-Materials Project.

Turning Around the Anthropocene: Unleashing the Potentials of Abundance


In recent years, ecological thinkers have increasingly popularized the notion of the Anthropocene. It is said to be our current […]