Pierre Smith Khanna (2020) “Fairytales of Growth” Runtime: 47 minutes. The effects and risks of climate change are compelling young people the world round to call upon radical system change as the only solution to avoid a catastrophic collapse. This film studies the role economic growth has had in bringing about this crisis, and explores the alternatives to it, offering a vision of hope for the future and a better life for all within planetary boundaries.
University of East Anglia (2017) “Testimony of Justice – Mariana Walter” Runtime: 5 minutes Testimony of Justice by Mariana Walter, from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, regarding recognition of environmental injustices, their visibility and the challenges facing those working on these complex issues. This video was produced by the Global Environmental Justice Group in the School of International Development (DEV), University of East Anglia.
Members of Research and Degrowth (2016) “Forum Theatre” Runtime: 29 minutes Performed in the Degrowth and Environmental Justice Summer School, Cerbere, France, 2016.
Introduction to Degrowth with Susan Paulson, Marula Tsagkari and Corinna Dengler Runtime: 1h and 12min. Part of the Degrowth Talks
Grist (2015) “Degrowth, explained” A brief explainer of what economic growth is, how it affects the environment, and how degrowth offers an alternative. Featuring Sam Bliss.
Karin de Miguel Wessendorf / Thurn Film (2013) “Research and Degrowth” Runtime: 4 minutes Interviews with Federico Demaria and Filka Sekulova introducing a critique to the growth economy and degrowth principles as an opportunity for change.
Leah Temper (2012) “Life After Growth – Economics for Everyone” Runtime: 25 minutes Based on the thoughts and analysis of leading experts and activists around the world, this short documentary introduces key principles of degrowth in the wake of the economic crash of 2008 and proposals for how to transform society
Marta Conde (2019) “Commodity Frontiers and Degrowth”A talk introducing the concepts of commodity frontiers and degrowth via a historical account of the growth and expansion of productive systems outside of Europe.
EDx (2016) “Reclaim Your Right to Nature”
TESS Transition (2015) “Unconference Lightining Pitches: Filka Sekulova”
Bengi Akbulut, Ashish Kothari, Daniela del Bene, Joan Martinez Alier, Julien -Francois Gerber and Federico Demaria (2016) “Towards Alliances of Alternatives to Development”
Giorgos Kallis (2013) “The Economics of Degrowth”Giorgos Kallis in discussion with students at MIT, covering topics such as alternatives to GDP, and other degrowth policy proposals. 3rd talk in the New Economy @ MIT spring speaker series, Building the New Economy.
Karin de Miguel Wessendorf / Thurn Film (2013) “Can Decreix” Runtime: 4 minutes An introductory video to Can Decreix, a project started in 2012 by François Schneider and friends from the degrowth community to explore what a degrowth, low-tech and self-sufficient way of life could look like.