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Tag Archives: countering arguments against steady-state
The decoupling debate, one year on: the global picture, and Manchester.
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
Less levity Professor Stern! Economic growth, climate change and the decoupling question.
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
Selective versus unselective growth
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
In Place of Growth Workshop held
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
Workshop: In Place of Growth, next Saturday, 19th January.
Steady State #Manchester presents…. Still some places left Saturday 19th January, 2013: Workshop- 2-5.30pm Everything you want to know about In Place of Growth Methodist Central Hall, Oldham St., Manchester. The workshop will, which will be participatory and activity-based rather … Continue reading
Video: Can we “decouple” emissions from growth? (Er, no…) #Manchester #Steadystate
Here’s a short video featuring Mark Burton, one of the people behind the “economy” section of the report.
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