By Josh Farley Perhaps the main reason people reject the need for a steady state economy is some form of cornucopianism, the belief that technological progress will overcome all ecological and physical limits, allowing endless economic growth into the indefinite future. Cornucopianism has several flavors, and I will describe three: mainstream economics, eco-modernism, and singularity […]
On our full-world planet, we face an urgent challenge to find strategic points in decision-making processes to encourage “right-sized” consumption.
How can we get a sustainable, fair, and efficient economy? Herman Daly breaks it down.
We can no longer afford to ignore the fundamental operating rules for the economy.
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.