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Tag Archives: countering arguments against steady-state
update: an updated and longer version of this piece now appears at degrowth.de and was also syndicated by resilience.org and This Changes Everything Note: we have published other, including more recent, pieces on the myth of decoupling, including commentary on … Continue reading
Note: we have published more recent pieces on the myth of decoupling, including commentary on more recent claims. Click HERE for a full list. Steady State Manchester has argued, along with most ecological economists that continued economic growth is incompatible … Continue reading
From time to time our position gets misrepresented – or is that misunderstood? Here is what we said in November 2012 about the need for selective growth in In Place of Growth (page 12). Our view has not changed. “Sectors … Continue reading
On Saturday 20th January, 2013 we 12 people attended an afternoon workshop on In Place of Growth. The event was mainly participative with a view to helping participants become confident ambassadors for steady state ideas in Manchester and area. We … Continue reading
Here’s a short video featuring Mark Burton, one of the people behind the “economy” section of the report.