By Brian Czech and Riccardo Mastini Limits to Growth and the Environmental Movement No later than the 1960s, scholars wrote in rigorous terms of the limits to economic growth. Europeans such as E.F. Schumacher, Americans including Herman Daly, and European-born Americans (most notably Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen and Kenneth Boulding) set the stage for later studies in […]
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https://steadystate.org/wp-content/uploads/Daly.jpg 116 96 Herman Daly /wp-content/uploads/logo-casse-wide.png Herman Daly2011-10-16 21:55:482019-01-25 14:13:31Limits to Growth – Forty More Years?
Adaptation will mean moving from growth to a steady-state economy, one almost certainly at a smaller scale than at present.
/wp-content/uploads/logo-casse-wide.png 0 0 Brent Blackwelder /wp-content/uploads/logo-casse-wide.png Brent Blackwelder2010-05-16 23:15:182018-05-09 22:46:25British Petroleum Vs. a Sustainable Planet: Time to Ban BP from Doing Business in the United States
Because of BP’s baleful blunders, Brent Blackwelder believes a ban would be beneficial.