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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.

 

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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: 30
Latest Activity: Jan 30

Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy

No Mere Resolution: The Vermont Legislature and the Steady State Economy

By Brian Czech Here’s a day to remember: May 6, 2016. That’s the day when, late in the afternoon, the Legislature of the State of Vermont passed H.C.R. 412, “House Concurrent Resolution Honoring the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy for Its Important Work.” In a nation where acts of steady statesmanship […]

Guess What Trudeau Said About Growth?

By James Magnus-Johnston In an appeal to Mr. Trudeau’s philosophical musings, I’ve written a letter to him listing five ways Canada can foster a better, more sustainable economy.     “There are a lot of people out there, environmental thinkers like Herman Daly and others, who talk about the fact that maybe endless growth within […]

Time to Stop Worshipping Economic Growth

By Brent Blackwelder There are physical limits to growth on a finite planet. In 1972, the Club of Rome issued their groundbreaking report—Limits to Growth (twelve million copies in thirty-seven languages). The authors predicted that by about 2030, our planet would feel a serious squeeze on natural resources, and they were right on target. In 2009, the Stockholm Resilience […]

Appropriate Scarcity

By Robert A. Herendeen   … appealing to people to restrain themselves [by] self-enforced abstinence alone is a waste of time. By and large, we consume as much as our incomes allow…. changes… cannot take place without constraints that apply to everyone rather than everyone else. Manmade global warming cannot be restrained unless we persuade […]

Setting Things Straight for the Steady State

By Brian Czech Editor’s Note: The forthcoming A Future Beyond Growth (Routledge, 2016), edited by Haydn Washington and Paul Twomey, explores the vision and process for moving toward a steady state economy. This edited volume stemmed from the Australian Academy of Science’s 2014 Fenner Conference on the Environment. Haydn is the co-director of the New South Wales chapter […]
 

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