Are we ready for tomorrow? Certainly we are more ready today than we were yesterday. We finally seem to be on the verge of making real progress on climate change, despite current US setbacks. Discussions are starting about food and water supply. Discussions are getting more focused about what a post growth economy would look […]
This article was originally published by Humanosphere and is reposted with permission from the authors The annual public letter from Bill and Melinda Gates has become a much-celebrated event in the global development calendar. But lost in the excitement around this year’s letter is the fact that it uses 6,000 words to paint a picture […]
This article originally appeared on Sharing.org. It’s high time UN agencies and the mainstream media acknowledge the true scale of global poverty and engage in a long overdue public debate on how ambitious and transformative the international development agenda really is.
An extract of Tegan Tallullah’s recent article on post-growth, development and global justice published in STIR magazine.
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. One of the many fantastic initiatives going on in my […]
Being the season of giving we thought combine this month’s “What we’re reading and watching” with our usual “local spotlight” and explore how one book caused a group of friends to think of giving in a different way. On your way to work, you pass a small pond. On hot days, children sometimes play in […]
You can also read the original article in Spanish below. Social justice and reducing income poverty as well as many of the associated symptoms of poverty have become the overarching goal of sustainable development efforts. Economic development is considered essential to reduce poverty and to meeting the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs). Within the discourse of […]
Fiction and narrative non-fiction with post growth themes.
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 […]