MIT Seeks Geonomic Solutions to Climate Change
If MIT wakes up to the power of geonomics—of efficient land use from reform of public revenue flow—this phenomenal reform for good will win a new legion.
June 9, 2015
Jeffery J. Smith

The scientists at the most prestigious science university in the world are seeking solutions. That's amazing. Usually people are enthralled by problems, not solutions. And typically people enjoying high prestige do not ask others for their opinions. So this is a major exception.

MIT is conducting a contest that closes soon. You can enter. You can like our proposal, Make Prices Reward “Green” Choices, in Shifting Attitudes & Behavior by The Geonomist. You can also make comments there. But hurry. Closure is days away.

If the judges select geonomics as a solution, it would make the world a different place. The people pushing solutions to climate change are young, idealistic, and well-placed—just the kind of people you want soldiering your movement. Imagine if they sang out “share rents” along with “tax carbon”. You see how powerful this could be? Go there now!

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JEFFERY J. SMITH published The Geonomist, which won a California GreenLight Award, has appeared in both the popular press (e.g.,TruthOut) and academic journals (e.g., USC's “Planning and Markets”), been interviewed on radio and TV, lobbied officials, testified before the Russian Duma, conducted research (e.g., for Portland's mass transit agency), and recruited activists and academics to A member of the International Society for Ecological Economics and of Mensa, he lives in Mexico. Jeffery formerly was Chief Editor at