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Livelihoods in a Degrowth Economy

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds Let’s consider livelihood options in an unsustainable economy of extremes that are unraveling, an economy that is being forced to transition to Degrowth. Nassim Taleb’s book Antifragile explains the differences between fragile systems (systems that cannot … Continue reading

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Degrowth: closing the global wealth divide

Contradicting the dominant paradigm that economic growth equals development, degrowth theorists argue that serious cutbacks are crucial to protect life on our planet. By Riccardo Mastini Source: ROAR Today, some 4.3 billion people — more than 60 percent of the … Continue reading

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Three Paths

By Erik Lindberg Source: Resilience To have lost the godlike conceit that we may do what we will, and not to have acquired a homely zest for doing what we can, shows a grandeur of temper which cannot be objected … Continue reading

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Liberation Is Unprofitable

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds 12 examples of how liberation is not profitable and therefore it must be marginalized, outlawed, proscribed or ridiculed. If we had to summarize the sickness of our economy and society, we could … Continue reading

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