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Population and the Steady State Economy

By Max Kummerow

Sir David Attenborough remarked in a 2011 presidential lecture to the Royal Society that “every environmental and social problem is made more difficult and ultimately impossible to solve with ever more people.” Wherever women’s status has improved and societies modernized, he said, birth rates have fallen. He begged his audience to “talk about population.”


From Scream to Dream: the Inspiring Influence of Herman Daly

Herman Daly’s retirement reminds us to remember the remarkable role he has played in sowing the seeds of a sustainable society.