Update January, 2020 The call for subthemes generated a great deal of interest. We have consolidated them into 14 themes: see the conference website. The open call for contributions will be announced there in later January / early February. The 7th International Degrowth and 16th International Society for Ecological Economics Joint Conference - Manchester Building… Continue reading 7th International Degrowth Conference: Call for sub-themes
Building Alternative Livelihoods in times of ecological and political crisis 7TH INTERNATIONAL DEGROWTH / 16TH ISEE INTERNATIONAL JOINT CONFERENCE Manchester, September 1st to 5th 2020 Download the first call for activists and campaigners. Come to Manchester in September 2020 to meet with other activists, artists and scholars to explore how alternative livelihoods can respond to… Continue reading 7th International Degrowth Conference – Manchester September 2020
Most recent update: 18 May,, 2020 The idea of a Green New Deal (or New Green Deal), despite first appearing more than 10 years ago, has become very popular in recent months. These Green New Deals "make an analogy to the response to the Depression of the 1930s with an idea today that with greater… Continue reading Green New Deals – the degrowth perspective
Update: for more details click HERE. The next (7th) International Degrowth Conference will be in Manchester, 1st to 5th September 2020. The theme will be "Building Alternative Livelihoods in times of ecological and political crisis". Key Principles will be: High social impact and low environmental damageParticipationConstructive dialogueEquality, diversity and presence More information to follow in… Continue reading The International Degrowth Conference 2020 will be in Manchester
by Kevin Albertson Originally published 9 Nov, 2018 on the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) website, also 10 Nov, on the RSA site. Here we reproduce the hyperlinked MMU version. Professor Kevin Albertson explains how World War I has shaped economic warfare in the modern world. #Armistice100: When will the industries of war fall silent? Professor… Continue reading Of Markets and Militaries: When will the industries of war fall silent?
An economy that does not grow? Mark H Burton pdf version Reposted from Steady State Manchester There is now plenty of evidence that economic growth is highly problematic for human welfare and survival. The evidence comes from three domains. 1) The ecological: continual growth uses up the resources that supply and the sinks that… Continue reading An economy that does not grow?
Maria Smith writes: I’m one of the curators of the Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019 and our theme is the architecture of Degrowth. I’m writing today to invite you to contribute to this architecture festival! We have this week published an open call: http://oslotriennale.no/en/news/oat-2019-open-call-for-projects for contributors to an architecture library of the near-future which you or… Continue reading Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019 – architecture of degrowth
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