By James Magnus-Johnston In an appeal to Mr. Trudeau’s philosophical musings, I’ve written a letter to him listing five ways Canada can foster a better, more sustainable economy. “There are a lot of people out there, environmental thinkers like Herman Daly and others, who talk about the fact that maybe endless growth within […]
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.
Our guest post discusses some exciting initiatives to augment GDP with indicators that measure our well-being or happiness.
Here’s a crazy but true fact: negative externalities are the norm — not the exception — in our current economic setup.
Check out this list of top songs with thematic elements of the steady state economy.
CASSE chapters provide opportunities to collaborate on activities to advance the steady state economy. A chapter can cover one of a variety of geographic scales: College or university campus City or county State or province Nation Watershed, ecoregion, or other geographic region Chapter directors, in consultation with CASSE staff, determine the activities undertaken by the […]
Other Conferences There have been a number of other events around the globe focusing on achieving the degrowth transition to a steady state economy. These include: First International Conference on Degrowth. April 18-19th, 2008 (Paris, France). View the conference declaration. Growth in Transition. January 28-29th, 2010 (Vienna, Austria). Second International Conference on Degrowth. March 26-29th, […]
Considerato che: 1) La crescita economica, come viene definita nei libri di testo ufficiali, è un aumento della produzione e del consumo di beni e servizi; 2) La crescita economica avviene quando c’è un aumento del prodotto tra popolazione e consumo pro capita; 3) L’economia globale cresce come un insieme unificato composto dai settori agricoli, […]
Attendu: 1) Que la croissance économique, selon les ouvrages classiques d’économie, se définit comme une augmentation de la production et de la consommation de biens et de services; 2) Que la croissance économique résulte d’une augmentation du produit de la multiplication de la population par le niveau de consommation par habitant; 3) Que l’économie globale […]