This is part of an ongoing series highlighting what our members are currently reading (and watching!) in the Post Growth and sustainability realms. Enough is Enough – Rob Dietz and Dan O’Neill One planet living is possible, and there are many ways governments and individuals can make realistic changes to help facilitate convergence towards such a dynamic. […]
Today is the release of a seminal paper, Enough Is Enough: Ideas for a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources. The result of the first Steady State Economy Conference held in Leeds, UK, this 130 page report not only addresses why we need an alternative to growth, but outlines policies to achieve such an alternative: […]
Some voices in Asia are questioning the meaning of GDP—and the wisdom of measuring success through its lens.
Next month in the town of Leeds, UK, the first Steady State Economy Conference will be presented entitled “The Steady State Economy: Working Towards an Alternative to Economic Growth.” The conference is organized by the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy and Economic Justice for All. The two collaborating organizations have brought together some […]
The Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (CASSE) has released an entertaining animated short called Add It Up that outlines the conflict between economic growth and a finite planet. The animation, produced by film students at the University of Southern California, is available on CASSE’s website and YouTube, as well as here: The […]