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Editor’s note: In this article Anna Borgeryd of Polarbröd gives her perspective on what it would mean for the Swedish bread company to become truly sustainable – in a world with limits to growth. Any reader who has visited Sweden is likely to have seen or eaten the company’s characteristic round flatbreads, which are available […]

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This is part of an ongoing series in which we will feature ways Post Growth is in action already.  The intention of this series is to inspire ideas about how to engage intentionally in our communities.  Please visit our Post Growth in Action web page for more.  As a group challenging the growth paradigm, one […]

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In my imagination (perhaps childhood memories too) Chinese farming is all about small farms, terraced rice paddies, and lots of pak choi, all done in the most traditional, care-for-earth ways. Lots of manure, crop rotation, ducks and chickens, with men and women bent over hand tools wearing woven conical hats out in green fields. The […]

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