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This video is constitutes a great description of the scope of ecological economics. In a few minutes, Martínez Alier is able to gracefully lay down the foundations of this perspective and draw connections to grass-roots activism, degrowth, the real economy and financial instability, among others. Interesting are also his thoughts on the state of education in economics, pointing out that ecological economics finds more support among natural sciences students than economics students themselves.