If you’re curious about what life might be like in a steady state economy, Sam Alexander’s Entropia offers some intriguing ideas.
Bill Clinton could be the world’s most influential steady stater… if only he would put aside the wishful thinking of continuous economic growth.
A sustainable economy has to be powered by sustainable energy systems — we need to work on a parallel transition.
A window of opportunity has opened at the United Nations: it’s time to promote the steady state economy around the globe.
An interview with a refreshingly astute politician: Andrew Weaver, climate scientist and first Green member of British Columbia’s legislature.
Herman Daly suggests that changing the economy will require more than new policies; it’ll require a substantial change in worldview.
Brent Blackwelder sees three possibilities (granted they’re long-shots) for overcoming the obstacles to an economic paradigm shift.
A top priority of doing “everything we can to grow our economy” will worsen climate change, biodiversity loss, water shortages, and pollution.
It’s rare to find a Wall Street Journal columnist (and a Ronald Reagan appointee) calling for a steady-state economy.
If want to feel hopeful about solving the world’s most profound environmental and social problems, you can look to the wisdom of “enough.”