Eric Zencey reports encouraging news from the United Nations, but he knows a sustainable economic system won’t arise without concerted effort.
Limits to growth apply to more than just “stuff,” but you have to think clearly about “value” to get it.
Deceptionomics allows all sorts of unwise decisions about economic growth, environmental protection, and human well-being.
Herman Daly makes the case against using obsolete growth policies to dig out of the recession, and he issues a challenge to technological optimists.
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.
Part 1 of Brian Czech’s explanation of why we can’t rely on technological progress to overcome the limits to economic growth.
Obama probably understands the impossibility of infinite growth on a finite planet — he just needs the mandate to do something about it.
Good and bads, wealth and illth — economic growth produces them all. But how big are the bads and how damaging is the illth?