Dan is a Lecturer in Ecological Economics at the University of Leeds. His research focuses on the changes that would be needed to achieve a sustainable economy within planetary boundaries, and the relationships between resource use and human well-being.
By Dan O'Neill, The Conversation
Imagine a country that met the basic needs of its citizens – one where everyone could expect to live a long, healthy, happy and prosperous life. Now imagine that same country was able to do this while using natural resources at a level that would be sustainable even if every other country in the world did the same. Such a country does not exist.
By Dan O'Neill, The Daly News
I’ve recently returned from France’s first high-level “beyond growth” event, entitled An Innovative Society for the 21st Century.
By Rob Dietz, Dan O'Neill, The Daly News
The model of more is failing both environmentally and socially, and practically everyone is still cheering it on… it almost makes you want to climb to the top of the highest building and shout, “ENOUGH!”