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The headlines would have us believe things are now going well but the underlying trends in our economy, which would lead to us having a “viable” economy – one with social, economic justice and environmental sustainability leading to human well … Continue reading
This week was Living Wage Week.To mark the event SSM, along with signatories from other Campaign groups including GMB Union, the GM Living Wage Campaign and the Green Party sent an open letter to the leaders of the Greater Manchester Local Authorities. Continue reading
In case you’ve not been keeping up, here is a summary of some recent updates and changes here on Steady State Manchester. SSM’s Comments on A Certain Future, the refresh (Manchester’s Climate Change Action Plan). Calendar updated including, workshop on … Continue reading
Recessions compared: how does Britain’s GDP compare to every recession since 1930? | News | guardian.co.uk
Here is an updated graph on UK growth from Socialist Economic Bulletin (3/7/2013) Recessions compared: how does Britain’s GDP compare to every recession since 1930? | News | guardian.co.uk. Just look at this graph – as we’ve pointed out in … Continue reading
“Alchenomics”: Brilliant cartoon about growth versus habitable planets, from fab #Manchester cartoonist Marc Roberts
We asked a friend of Steady State Manchester, Marc Roberts, to come up with something that compared the claims of alchemy (“turning base metal into gold”) and modern economics in simple but striking format. This awesome cartoon is what we … Continue reading
The launch event for In Place of Growth, and Living Well was held last night, the 20 November at Manchester’s Mechanics’ Institute. Around 80 people came (thanks to all of you!), and after hearing brief presentations on the two reports … Continue reading