Degrowth will be fun!

by Jean-Manuel Traimond from Collectif Passerelle.   Degrowth is not a curse, not a bane, not a painful duty inflicted by long faced killjoys. It’s an opportunity. It’s not some dismal …

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Degrowth will benefit the poor

by Jean-Manuel Traimond and Collectif Passerelle Capitalism creates winners and losers. Nothing new there. But the winning side, amazingly, manages to convince the losers that they, too, someday, somehow, shall …

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Beyond (against?) urban gardens

by Donatella Gasparro Despite the ambitious societal change that degrowth advocates for, degrowth proposals often bring as examples of “degrowth in practice” urban community–led food initiatives, most of which already …

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The case of sustainable clothing

How degrowth shapes the way I think about economic activities by Amerissa Giannouli Since I became familiar with degrowth I have been looking at things more critically. Especially after joining …

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The reversed energy-community

A thought experiment to envision a degrowth energy community by Maxime Jobin Context In Québec, private firms producing and distributing electricity were nationalized in 1944 to create Hydro-Québec, a public …

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