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Category Archives: introduction
Systems Change Alliance interview us Wed 16 Dec, 11..00 a.m.
Interview with Mark Burton and Carolyn Kagan – Steady State Manchester This interview went out live on Wednesday Dec 16 2020. Watch it below from the System Change Alliance YouTube channel. Mark and Carolyn talk with Alexander McDonell about their … Continue reading
STEADYSTATE Part Two: The Local and Regional Context
This is the second part of our interview piece in Manchester’s Now Then magazine. Click HERE to read the interview. Thanks to Ian Pennington at Now Then for inviting us and publishing our thoughts. The first part, on the wider … Continue reading
Posted in cities, degrowth, economics, introduction, Politics Tagged devolution, DevoManc, energy, equality, fairness, media coverage, NowThen, viable economy Leave a comment
STEADY STATE Part One: The National and International Context
This interview piece appears in Manchester’s Now Then magazine. A second installment, on the Greater Manchester context will appear in the next issue. Click HERE to read the interview. Thanks to Ian Pennington at Now Then for inviting us and … Continue reading
Posted in degrowth, introduction, news, Politics Tagged corbynomics, decoupling, degrowth, economy, Mark Burton, media coverage, NowThen, Politics, steady state economy, universal basic income (UBI) 1 Comment
A plausible reality? SSM On the Platform
A new article that gives an outline of what Steady State Manchester is all about. By Mark Burton from the SSM collective, read the article at On The Platform.
The recession and the options for leaving it.
It has become commonplace to criticise the present government’s austerity programme as a Plan A with no Plan B. But we have to question whether a conventional Plan B is feasible. Instead a Steady State approach means a Plan C … Continue reading
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Beginner’s guide to “Ecological Economics”
Hello, please do come along next Thursday (19th) to Madlab, on Edge St in the Northern Quarter, to the next gathering of people who will be producing the “Beyond Growth” report. It’s free, it’ll be a great chance to mingle … Continue reading
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