jeudi 13 avril 2017

Doughnut Economics: the long-sought alternative to incessant, destructive growth

Finding a healthy alternative to the prevailing growth model that has strained the planet to bursting is the holy grail of ecologically-aware economics. And it looks like maybe we've found it. George Monbiot, the most dynamic environmental journalist I know, wrote about Kate Raworth's Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist, which "redraws the economy" in such a way that the planet and its inhabitants can thrive, with or without growth. It's so similar to the kind of...

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