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How Increased Labour Efficiency Drives Resource Consumption

“It is a confusion of ideas to suppose that the economical use of fuel is equivalent to diminished consumption. The very contrary is the truth….no one must suppose that coal thus saved is spared-it is only saved from one use to be employed in others”.

Searching for alternatives 4: Transition

"...the moment of social transformation is when people look each other in the eyes."

Searching for alternatives part 3 - Regional Values in Freiburg

Farmers should not see society as consumers and society should not see farmers only as producers.

Searching for alternatives 2: Grasslands

Grasslands cover almost one fourth of the terrestrial area, but most of it produces rather little food.

Searching for alternatives: Community-Supported Agriculture

A Community Supported Agriculture project is based on direct person-to-person contact and trust, with no intermediaries or hierarchy.

Unlimited competition is not sustainable

Large farms are increasingly dominating crop production in the United States. In the early 1980s, most farms produced crops on less than 600 acres, but the majority of today’s farms grow crops on at least 1,100 acres. And many farms are ten times that size.
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