This ebook demanding situations the idea that it really is undesirable information while the economic climate does not grow.For a long time, it's been generally known that there are ecological limits to carrying on with financial development and that other ways of dwelling, operating and establishing our economies are urgently required. This urgency has elevated because the monetary crash of 2007-2008 - yet mainstream economists and politicians are not able to imagine otherwise. The authors reveal why our economic climate calls for ecologically unsustainable progress and the pursuit of extra 'stuff'. they think that what concerns is caliber, no longer volume - a greater lifestyles in line with having fewer fabric possessions, much less construction and no more paintings. this type of lifestyle will emphasize wellbeing and fitness, neighborhood, safety, and what Ivan Illich rightly referred to as 'conviviality'. that's, extra actual wealth. The ebook will as a result entice all people curious as to how a brand new post-growth economics should be conceived and enacted. it will likely be of specific curiosity to coverage makers, politicians, company humans, alternate unionists, lecturers, scholars, reporters and quite a lot of humans operating within the now not for revenue sector.All of the participants are prime thinkers on eco-friendly matters and participants of the hot imagine tank eco-friendly condominium.
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