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Campaign for Sustainable Economics

Connecting the dots, including ecosystem services, economic growth, sustainable development, externalities, the impacts of efficiency, economic justice, economic stability, peace, simple living, quality of life, biodiversity, climate change, peak oil, peak everything, environmental sustainability, agriculture, permaculture, urban design, ecocity design, food security, and national security.

 

We welcome your feedback, participation and invitations to present.

 

Links to vital websites: Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (RSS), Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (Steady Staters - in Google Groups), United States Society for Ecological Economics, International Society for Ecological Economics, International Society for Ecological Economics (RSS)Campaign for Sustainable Economics (Facebook)

Website: http://www.sustainableeconomics.org
Members: 29
Latest Activity: Apr 20, 2012

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Renee’s mission statement

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The essay below is part of an ongoing literary project sponsored by Sustainable Indiana 2016. In short, the group has collected “so many stories of Hoosiers taking a more sustainable path that we can literally write the book on how green living in Indiana is taking off.” See [...]

Sunscreen

Renee,

I really need to clean out my bathroom cabinets, but what should I do with old bottles of sunscreen, lotions, nail polish and various aerosol hair products?

Thanks!

Dee

Hi Dee,

The first day of summer was June 21 — sorry I’m a little late to help with your [...]

A clarification

Whoa, readers! There seems to be some confusion over a recent “Ask Renee” that I’d like to clarify immediately. A reader named Ginger asked me if Ray’s and Republic are picking through the TRASH to pull out recyclables. My answer says that no, they are not picking through the [...]

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