Economists are good at making specious arguments in favor of infinite growth. Herman Daly is good at debunking them.
Eric Zencey reports encouraging news from the United Nations, but he knows a sustainable economic system won’t arise without concerted effort.
Garrett Hardin seems to have made the some incorrect assumptions about human behavior — assumptions familiar to students of economics.
You can always count on Herman Daly to ask the critical questions: “How did this nonsense come into economics?”
Common sense is the scarce commodity in the study of supply.
Herman Daly swims upstream like a salmon, fighting the flow of fallacious philosophy from growth economists — you won’t want to miss his final refrain on this one.
Herman Daly elaborates on the economics of Henry George — reckoning with resources, redistributing rents, and a supplying a sane strategy for serving people and planet.