Monthly Archives: September 2016

2nd Gathering of The Workers’ Economy, North America, Central America and Caribbean Region – Mexico City 3-5 N ovember 2016

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION (papers and panels) We invite you to join the 2nd Gathering of The Workers’ Economy, North America, Central America and Caribbean Region, taking place from the 3rd to the 5th of November, 2016 in Mexico City. This … Continue reading

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‘Vivir Bien’: Going beyond capitalism?

To overcome the systemic crisis of humanity and Mother Earth we must turn to indigenous ecological concepts, says Pablo Solón in his new book Richard Fidler In his balance sheet of Bolivia’s “process of change,” published recently on Richard’s site, … Continue reading

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Can Korea Save the Global Economy? – FPIF

John Feffer – Foreign Policy In Focus. Growth associated with innovation would not likely create a lot of jobs or spread its benefits widely, at least judging by what has happened over the last decade or so in Silicon Valley. … Continue reading

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Monbiot on consumerism and extinction

People who would never dream of killing an albatross or a whale shark are prepared to let others do so on their behalf, so that they may eat whatever fish they fancy. People who could not bring themselves to gut … Continue reading

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Looking back at the Budapest degrowth conference and the Degrowth Summer School

The 5th International Degrowth Conference in Budapest and the Degrowth Summer School have ended. Time to look back at these events and see what we can take home from them. The Degrowth Germany editing team http://www.degrowth.de/de/?wysija-page=1&controller=email&action=view&email_id=74&wysijap=subscriptions&user_id=1104

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Geographies of Degrowth – April 5-9 2017, Boston, MA

American Association of Geographers meeting – call for papers *Organizers: Giorgos Kallis (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Karen Bakker (University of British Columbia), Federico Demaria (Autonomous University of Barcelona) A movement of activists and intellectuals in France, southern Europe, and beyond … Continue reading

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Five Take-Homes from the Degrowth Conference in Budapest | degrowth.de

15. September 2016 By Steffen Lange The fifth international Degrowth Conference is over, the call to host the sixth has been opened. A lot could be said about the conference, yet I do not intend to give a comprehensive overview, … Continue reading

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