Banks should not be allowed to live the alchemist’s dream by creating money out of nothing and lending it at interest.
Herman Daly offers an original take on the tired debate of “too many people vs. too much consumption” — a spot-on reframing of a critical issue.
Economists are good at making specious arguments in favor of infinite growth. Herman Daly is good at debunking them.
Herman Daly’s synthesis will leave you questioning the most ingrained economic assumptions of our times.
Ecologists need to stop drinking the green Koolaid and tell it like it is regarding the conflict between economic growth and ecological health.
Herman Daly makes the case against using obsolete growth policies to dig out of the recession, and he issues a challenge to technological optimists.
Herman Daly succinctly sums up the steady-state perspective in his suggestion for the UN Conference on Sustainable Development.
To fix the European debt crisis and prevent the next series of financial crises, we’d better learn the lessons of our finite planet.
Good and bads, wealth and illth — economic growth produces them all. But how big are the bads and how damaging is the illth?