Tag: DeGrowth

Recently I was asked my opinion on what role companies can play in moving towards a future of more ‘sustainable consumption’. The term ‘sustainable consumption’…

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Unbridled growth appears to be at odds with social well-being and environmental sustainability. How might we develop a model that reduces the imperative for growth,…

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In a recent piece, I wrote about ‘Global Transition: From growth to de-growth and top-down to bottom-up‘ I explained the process in which top-down organisations are…

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We have a problem. There are currently two fundamentally different understandings of the word “degrowth”. Jason Hickel’s view is that “Degrowth is a planned reduction of…

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This post first appeared at the Orcop.com blog. Those of us who are committed to the idea that economic degrowth is unavoidable just cannot understand…

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I have been reading a lovely book by Helena Norberg Hodge about her life in Ladakh, the ancient enclave of Tibetan Buddhism on the Himalayan…

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For perfectly understandable reasons, public and media reactions to the surge in energy prices have concentrated almost exclusively on rises in the cost of domestic…

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Very little that’s helpful is happening yet, but that’s because (a) the nature of the situation isn’t yet understood, and (b) it’s in human nature…

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Infinite growth of material consumption in a finite world is an impossibility. E. F. Schumacher What if there will be no economic growth in future? …

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