By Resilience.org Staff
There will be light posting from 20th April to 5th May due to editorial vacations. Regular posting will resume on 8th May. Teaser …
By Warren Karlenzig, Almantas Samalavicius, Eurozine
To some, these emerging markets or behaviours may seem trivial or non-significant. But when viewed ten years from now, they will be recognized as having chipped away at the military-industrial complex.
By Richard Heinberg, Almantas Samalavicius, Eurozine
Following the massive bailouts, stimulus spending and quantitative easing of recent years, everyone breathed a sigh of relief and went back to sleep, says Richard Heinberg. But the coming global energy crisis will likely provide the jolt that wakes everyone up again.
By Almantas Samalavicius, Joshua Farley, Eurozine Magazine
Given the relation between economic production and ecological degradation, Joshua Farley is convinced that economic growth must stop. It is just a question of when. And whether cooperation will displace competition as the dominant concept in the economic paradigm.