Feminist analyses of the historical dynamics of gender systems are fundamental to the work of challenging growth-driven political economies, and of designing more equitable and balanced ecosocial systems.
As an eco-cultural philosopher (and poet), I’m strongly inclined to believe modern humans have almost entirely lost the sense of the word which became our contemporary word, livelihood. Why?
Trump’s crowing about his having launched an unprecedented economic miracle rarely seen before belies the harms his economic and environmental policies are causing farmers, ranchers, and agro-businesses in America’s heartlands.
A leaked U.N. climate change report warns that the Earth’s climate could endanger economic growth in the decades ahead. I think the problem is the other way around.
Today, we are participants in a complex and severe crisis, and a radical crisis requires radical solutions. Through a number of examples it became obvious that in Greece there is groundwork for a transition to sustainable degrowth.
The 20th century fossil-fueled economic growth spurt happened not because the energy industry created many jobs, but because it created very few jobs.
How is it possible that people can get so riled up by the hate-mongering of Donald Trump, yet barely a peep is made that tax havens, trade agreements, and tax policies operating invisibly all around us to make societies more unequal?
A constellation of new technologies changed our ancestors’ lives 100 years ago, and haven’t changed fundamentally since then. Will these technologies remain possible for the next 100 years? An extended look at the work of Vaclav Smil.
The high energy prices of the last decade or so may be, in part, responsible for low productivity growth. And yet, in a sampling of recent coverage of the productivity issue, not one piece mentioned energy.
In this episode of The Good Stuff, Annie sits down with sharing champion and legal rebel Janelle Orsi.
The air is cold and the snow is deep, but inside the hoop houses at Green Gardens Community Farm, the greens are growing. Donna McClurkan talks with Trent and Ruthie Thompson about their year-round operation and the slow money that made it possible.
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