On Malthus and limits, ideology of scarcity and power, degrowth, biopolitics and mal-adaptation.
Carbon capture and storage, trapping carbon before it enters the atmosphere, is crucial in all the mainstream plans for countering climate change. Just one problem: it does not work. Paul Brown, a founding editor of […]
Economic growth? “No. But it’s not about size, it’s about quality.” Andrew Simms is an author, analyst and campaigner and is a member of the New Weather Institute Cross-posted from the website of the New […]
The relentless pursuit of economic growth is the defining characteristic of contemporary societies. Yet it benefits few and demands monstrous social and ecological sacrifice. Is there a viable alternative? How can we halt the endless […]
Pretty much sums 2020 up Steve Keen is a Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute for Strategy, Resilience & Security, UCL Cross-posted from Steve’s website I made the macabre joke at the end of my post on […]
Chloe Brimicombe, University of Reading; Elliott Sainsbury, University of Reading; Gabrielle Powell, University of Reading, and Wilson Chan, University of Reading The year 2020 will no doubt go down in history for other reasons, but […]
The fight to have ecocide recognised as a crime against humanity in both international and national law has spanned multiple decades. During this time, countless crimes against ecosystems and their inhabitants – human and animal […]
This is our podcast from 9 December 2020