Monthly Archives: February 2016

What is Degrowth? Envisioning a Prosperous Descent | The Simplicity Collective

Samuel Alexander, November 2, 2015 The absence of God should not imply an absence of religious thinking in our culture or cultures. In fact, I would argue quite the opposite; that our Western religiosity has become ever more intense in … Continue reading

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Living with limits, living well! A Jesuit Forum study guide

Living with limits, living well! Hints for neighbours on an endangered planet A popular-style workbook for small groups to engage on the interconnectedness of poverty, inequality, globalization, ecology and spirituality. http://www.jesuitforum.ca/resources/living-limits-living-well Produced by the Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and … Continue reading

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Hope in dark times – Rebecca Solnit via Tom Engelhardt

A friend recently brought this to my attention. As we discuss and act in our search for a convivial post-growth world, before a non-convivial degrowth is forced on us by climate change, transnational corporate greed and blind politicians (amongst many … Continue reading

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Degrowing Tourism: DĂ©croissance, Sustainable Consumption and Steady-State Tourism – Anatolia – Volume 20, Issue 1

Abstract: Another mega priced academic book that could contribute to our knowledge but is inaccessible. Tourism studies have a tradition of seeking alternative pathways to economic development that minimise negative externalities for destinations. However, despite discourses that focus on sustainability … Continue reading

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