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Riccardo Mastini Dec 4
"The old system of 'continuing to promote economic growth and seeking to manage the environmental and social impacts' would not deliver the EU’s long-term vision of 'living well, within the limits of the planet', the report warned."
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Moritz Gallei 9h
After discussing for a while in class, one of my students from a country with a yellow-blue flag admits that he doesn't get why there should be any conflict between economic growth and sustainability. Long way to go ...
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Jonathan Barth 🌍🙂🏗️ 8h
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CUSP Dec 4
“The key concept of a transformative politics of creative destruction is that of decision, not of solution. We have plenty of solutions at hand...But we need to decide for them. And that requires the willingness to enter into conflict.” >> H/T
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Prosocial Strategy Dec 2
"Amazon doesn’t make a profit. They don’t pay any taxes. Nothing. But they’re growing like crazy. It’s all growth, growth, growth—and that’s what’s destroying the planet."
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CUSP 7h
This recent piece in could be of interest >> cc
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Davy Pepperidge Dec 4
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Nicky Chambers Dec 4
We might have to find a different name than but the sentiment is definitely in the right direction....!
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CUSP Dec 3
What are the capacities of the state to facilitate a comprehensive sustainability transition? CUSP Paper by Daniel Hausknost >> cc
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Dave Keating 13h
New EU environment chiefs and are presenting this year’s report. The big news is the EEA’s endorsement of strategy. Report says economic growth should not be pursued at the expense of the environment.
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Olga Koretskaya Nov 29
In business-as-usual scenario from 2018 to 2050, human societies become richer, meaning higher GDP per person, but they live in more unequal societies, and 8 out of 9 planetary boundaries are transgressed. We need / for
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Post-Growth Zürich Dec 2
"Designers‘ role in challenging existing mental infrastrucutres is key for a future." - at today
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CUSP Dec 4
“...it matters not a jot that you do ‘whatever it takes’ to save the banks, if you fail to do whatever it takes to save the climate.” | on the new economics of system change >> cc
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Josh Emden Dec 4
For developed nations, the focus should be less about growth for its own sake and more on maximising social goals (as per 's ). Today's stark report from strongly reiterates this view. 4/4
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Nina @NCDAlliance 16h
So much to ❤️ in this article 🇮🇸
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Jonathan Barth 🌍🙂🏗️ Nov 27
This is the difference between and . We don't know whether we will face less economic activity if env limits are enforced. It's not about degrowing the economy. It's about preparing for the possibility.
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Nicola Facciolini Dec 4
By the so called , no other Solar Systems, no other , no other Earthlike Worlds to discover and explore. No future for Humans in Space. For noboby.
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Sachiko Ishihara Dec 3
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Kaskadia 22h
'From to and '? "it is high time for Europe to abandon its fixation on endless , experts at a event in Helsinki urged." |
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Fionnuala Collins Dec 4
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