In recent years, a group of economists, ecologists, and anthropologists has gained attention for trying to overturn a core tenet of economic policy — that growth is good for everyone. Known as the “degrowth” movement, these scholars suggest a reframing of humanity’s goals along ecological lines to address the climate crisis, along with a reconsideration of using gross domestic product as a metric for progress. The upheaval of the coronavirus crisis has added fuel to the debate.
While delegates have committed to “phase down” fossil fuels and tackle methane for the first time at COP26, the EU is quietly approving a list that supports and offers funding to fossil fuel infrastructure in […]
The federal government should not be relying on a carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) tax credit to help it win a “race against time” in the effort to get climate change under control, a […]
It is my political and human opinion that children should not be slaughtered and that German cultural institutions should know better when it comes to genocide. Lana Bastašić Read HERE