Herman Daly suggests a simple rule: tax what we want less of, not what we want more of.
With his vision of Utopia, perhaps Sir Thomas More should have changed his last name to Enough.
Striving to create perpetually more jobs on a finite planet is a sure path to growing unemployment.
Egypt and Tunisia have a lesson: GDP is a measure of the commotion of money in an economy, not a measure of delivered well-being.
Brian Czech offers a vision of Obamanomics that values people and planet over profit and production.
Dave Gardner examines how to get growth-addicted nations into a growth rehab.
Brent Blackwelder wants to crush corruption, tame tax dodgers, and spread the word about the transition to a sustainable and fair economy.
New study by Fodor and Associates shows that growth and prosperity have become unhitched in U.S. cities.
It’s time to rethink the dilemma of economic growth and find some much-needed answers for the economy.
Brian Czech’s foreword to the new report, Enough is Enough: Ideas for a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources.