Links and Resources

 (updated 8/2/17)

This page consists mostly of links to other sites.

See our more resources page for more reading that is relevant to the ideas behind Steady State Manchester.

A video introduction to Steady State Manchester

Localise West Midlands Group doing excellent work down there in the once Black Country

Basic – and fun! – video about why infinite growth on a finite planet is maybe not such a hot idea…
The Impossible Hamster

Why growth is not enough (Kate Raworth / RSA)

Degrowth explained – from Grist  a bit American, but sound.

Carbon Omissions – on the UK’s total carbon emissions from PIRC

A video on the economic crisis and Modern Money Theory (MMT)
USAmerican but informative.

Going Local: the Solution-Multiplier
A short introduction to economic localization.

Various Institutions and Foundations

All Party Parliamentary Group on Limits to Growth
see their 2016 report, authored by Tim Jackson and Robin Webster, Limits Revisited: a review of the Limits to Growth debate and a great primer on the issues.

New Economics Foundation

Greenhouse Think Tank

Post-Growth Institute

REconomy initiative

Research and Degrowth

German degrowth web portal (in English)

Centre for the Advancement of Steady-State Economics

Degrowth bibliography



Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME)

PCES: Post-Crash Economics Society

Resolution Foundation

The City 2.0 (an offshoot of TED talks)

Climate Access – The network for those engaging the public in the transformation to low-carbon, resilient communities.

Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network

Climate Bites offers metaphors, soundbites, quotes, humor, cartoons, stories and graphics for everybody who talks about climate change and wants their message to stick

Inequality: Why are the rich getting richer?

Skeptical Science Getting skeptical about global warming skepticism


Manchester: A Certain Future.  “Our city’s shared plan to tackle climate change”

Platform. “The everyday portal for sharing knowledge and intelligence on sustainability across Greater Manchester”
(not to be confused with Platform… London, another great resource)

Tree Station –  just the kind of thing we want to see flourish and grow in a viable economy!

A Green Deal for the Manchester-Mersey Bioregion a visionary piece from 2008 from SSM’s Mark Burton

Wikipedia on
Ecological Economics
Steady-State Economics

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