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- Is an ecological future possible in a global economy which is shrinking?
- How to make emergency survival bread
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- A nice short film about a family in Australia who live a life of permaculture
- People Oriented City Villages
- Money and the end of abundance: A FINANCIAL CRISIS PRIMER by Tim Morgan
- Let’s call it grassroots growth
- The End of Abundance
- The purpose of a system is what it does. There is no point in claiming that the purpose of a system is to do what it constantly fails to do.
- Welcome to Meltsville.
- The search for an AC that doesn’t destroy the planet
- Six Rules for Humans Rejoining the Natural World
- The untapped value of self-care: how we can achieve a better healthcare future for all
- It is my personal perspective at the moment that our entire world is in a governing crisis, and that this governing crisis concerns, mainly, the fundamental legitimacy of our governing systems.
- Nate Hagens interviewed John Gowdy, an ecological economist,
- Regenerating a native forest
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- Energy Blindness
- The End of the World As We Know It
- The future must come from the grassroots
- Symptoms of No Growth
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- Maybe we should realign our thinking. The future is coming sooner than we thought
- We must have a food crisis – scientists say eating grass will solve it
- Diesel Underpins Global Economy – ‘EROEI’ Explained – Great Depression II in view – System Failure
- There can be no more growth
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Category Archives: economy
Will growth be possible? #240: Trussed for the block?
The discussion following Tim Morgan’s pieces are very good. The following is an example. drtimmorgan on September 22, 2022 at 1:49 pm said: I think we need to be clear about what we know, what we can contribute to the … Continue reading
The purpose of a system is what it does. There is no point in claiming that the purpose of a system is to do what it constantly fails to do.
Tim Watkins latest piece concludes that: If you and I are forced to go hungry and cold this winter it is not because we have an energy crisis, it is simply that the neoliberal system – which includes such utilities … Continue reading
It is my personal perspective at the moment that our entire world is in a governing crisis, and that this governing crisis concerns, mainly, the fundamental legitimacy of our governing systems.
From James Martin at the Deep Transformation Network: https://youtu.be/ZtNnX1JWQ4g That is, we have a global — or planet-wide — crisis of governing. This is widely understood. But what is not widely understood is that government is non-identical with governance, and … Continue reading
The world economy is shrinking and the population is increasing. Food poverty is spreading. Seen from the top-down the future looks bleak. Our growth-led system is leading to global extinction. We do not yet have a positive future to imagine. … Continue reading
It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it. Upton Sinclair This is a deliberately short piece to make a simple point. The oncoming recession is not a temporary blip … Continue reading
The following exchange of messages in Tim Morgan’s blog is both interesting and important. drtimmorgan on April 25, 2022 at 2:29 pm said: UPDATE I’ve been ‘missing in action’ for a week or so, partly finalising the latest version of the model (SEEDS … Continue reading
Whilst the Bank of England fiddles with rates people’s livelihoods are failing, and the economy is burning.
An interesting post by Richard Murphy and Danny Blanchflower with the heading: Is the Bank of England at risk of missing a major downturn again? …. who have been working together on their vision for the economic policy that the … Continue reading