Tag: growth imperative
Kate Raworth’s “Doughnut Economics” is a great starting point for new thinkers
To get the next economic system we need to find the assumptions of this one
Many are asking if we have to sit around waiting for the current system to collapse. If we have only 3 years to turn around the emissions pattern as the UN has said, we had better get on with designing the next system. Continue reading “To get the next economic system we need to find the assumptions of this one”
Which do you fancy – Economic Growth or Financial Collapse?
I have now watched a TED talk on this topic twice and can’t help but respond. Ecological economist Marjan Van Den Belt is right when she says “we are mindlessly addicted to economic growth, we are growth junkies.” She advocates reciprocity in economies and says that is the key to a circular, sharing, regenerative economy. So far so good. Continue reading “Which do you fancy – Economic Growth or Financial Collapse?”