Monthly Archives: August 2018

An Overview of Degrowth Research

This excellent overview of degrowth research will be published in the Annual Review of Environment and Resources, Volume 43, October 2018 (22 May 2018) Authors: Giorgos Kallis, 1,2; Vasilis Kostakis, 3,4; Steffen Lange, 5; Barbara Muraca, 6; Susan Paulson, 7; … Continue reading

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BBC video 2:05: Our addiction to economic growth is killing us

Jason Hickel: Our addiction to economic growth is killing us 2minutes 5seconds https://www.facebook.com/bbcnewsnight/videos/10154834613726200/

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An engineer, an economist, and an ecomodernist walk into a bar and order a free lunch . . .

by Stan Cox, climateandcapitalism.com July 30, 2018 08:25 AM Billions of people around the world need more energy than they can afford, while [m]illions of others can afford to buy far more energy than is required to meet their [basic] … Continue reading

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HOW TO LOSE AN EARTH IN 10 YEARS

By Shannon Osaka – Grist, via Other News, Rome, 2 August 201) A 66-page New York Times Magazine with only a single article on climate change written by Nathaniel Rich and titled “Losing Earth,” is online now and makes for … Continue reading

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The Entropy Wars: Five Financial Uncertainties of 2018 (So Far) By Nomi Prins

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, entropy is “a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder.” With that in mind, perhaps the best way to predict President Trump’s next action is just to focus on the path … Continue reading

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