Smart Economics for the Environment and human Development (SEED) is a multi-disciplinary effort, involving community members from business, politics, and NGO’s formulating smarter goals for economic activity and laying the groundwork for the design of economic indicators that promote sustainable and equitable development.

 

Learn about the challenges that SEED seeks to address

 

 


SEED is funded by the Kenan Creative Collaboratory, which ' provides funding for innovative research, teaching and problem-solving at the intersection of private enterprise, engineering, technology and science, arts and ethics.'   

Read more about the 2015 Kenan Creative Collaboratory grant recipients


SEED involves students and educators alike from four institutions.

Meet the SEED Collaborators