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Category Archives: international
Three members of the Steady State Manchester collective were lucky enough to attend the 6th International Degrowth conference in Malmö, Sweden, at the end of August (2018), travelling there by trains and boats. Between us we presented four papers. The … Continue reading
Why do people move, or not move? What impacts does moving have on places that people move to? What about the impacts on places that people have left behind? These were some of the questions we discussed at Steady State … Continue reading
Global and local. Tuesday 7th November from 6.30pm to 8.30pm Methodist Central Hall, Oldham St., Manchester, M1 1JQ please book by emailing us through this link There is a growing social divide by income and geography, an ever-widening wealth gap … Continue reading
Update: 19 December, 2017. Further to the article below, a lot has happened in Catalonia. The parliament has been suspended by Madrid’s Popular Party minority government. Oriol Junqueras, criticised for his conventional economics below, is in prison with another independista … Continue reading
Our next cafe conversation will be on Monday 23rd May, at Cross Street Chapel, Manchester M2 1NL. 6.30-8.30pm Book now When it comes to happiness, social progress or well-being indexes, we are not in the top … Continue reading
A lot has been written on the Paris international agreement on climate change. To try and cut through all those words to the essential issues, here is our very brief analytic summary. The good Aspiration of no more than 1.5ºC … Continue reading