Nuno Mendes, a 40-year-old Portuguese worker lives on six-month contracts. He earns 1,200 euros a month. Banks won’t give him a mortgage. “Everything in my life is on hold — starting a family, making long-term plans,” he says.
A few day ago we posted this link after the New Weather Institute and the campaign group Rethinking Economics, with input from a wide range of economists, academics and concerned citizens, on the 500 year anniversary […]
That we are ignoring an impending ecological disaster does not necessitate much intellect. That the use of GDP is contributing to this process is also no secret. As Jason Hickel points out, both have to […]