The degrowth movement(s) for alternative economics have picked up a bit more steam with this new book, which includes contributions and endorsements from a wide array of scholars. There is also this introductory video that makes a few peculiar claims.*

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5 thoughts on “Degrowth

  1. Reminds me of Michaels’ discussion of social experimentation where the structure of cities could be part of the “creating social worlds”

    On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 9:32 AM, Installing (Social) Order wrote:



  2. was just at a sermon by bruce katz selling his metro-revolution (really a repackaging of florida’s now largely recanted trickledown “creative” class/warfare) and asked if he has seen anyone/any-city acting to adapt to the new environs (econ, politics, climate, etc) before they get badly hurt by it and he had nothing to offer (hadn’t even considered it), I think we have to work instead on how we might salvage something that doesn’t depend on mass/govt/Inc fore-thinking/planning.
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