Donella Meadows was way ahead of her time, and her words continue to provide inspiration 40 years after she wrote The Limits to Growth.
Herman Daly makes the case against using obsolete growth policies to dig out of the recession, and he issues a challenge to technological optimists.
Society has reached a tipping point where further economic growth is causing serious health problems.
Is anyone else ready for some refreshing honesty from the President regarding economic growth and the environment?
Of course, it’s better to be rich than poor, but the conventional approaches for making us rich — GDP growth and free trade — no longer apply.
Garrett Hardin seems to have made the some incorrect assumptions about human behavior — assumptions familiar to students of economics.
Brian Czech explains the nuts and bolts of technological progress and why it won’t solve the dilemma of growth.
Part 1 of Brian Czech’s explanation of why we can’t rely on technological progress to overcome the limits to economic growth.
Herman Daly succinctly sums up the steady-state perspective in his suggestion for the UN Conference on Sustainable Development.