James Magnus-Johnston describes how businesses may operate in a steady state economy.
Many activities that today damage rivers and fisheries would not occur in a steady state economy.
In part two of two, Eric Zencey explains how American Constitutional case law has come to value private property over the interests of other citizens.
In part one of two, Eric Zencey explains how American Constitutional case law has come to value private property over the interests of other citizens.
Some politicians will go quite far to cling to an aging growth-at-all-costs narrative.
Dr. Blackwelder discusses how those in faith-based communities can become powerful allies for those of us seeking an economy that meets peoples’ needs without undermining the life support systems of the planet.
by Brian Czech Whether or not you like President Obama or his policy preferences, you have to acknowledge his consistency. Even those with “zero regard” for the president confess, “At least Obama is consistent.” But not consistently. There is one issue, at least, on which he hasn’t held still, moving in and out like an […]
The population problem should be considered from the point of view of all populations–populations of both humans and their things–if we are going to achieve a steady state economy.
A momentous choice is before us. Will we choose more mega-highway projects, centralized electric power plants, and mega-dams, or more decentralized wind and solar investments?
A drop in fuel prices may seem great now, but what happens after the party is over?