Tag: covid-19

Pandemic Response Requires Post-Growth Economic Thinking

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a sea change in priorities, which requires entirely different thinking and policies—ones much more closely aligned with heterodox post-growth thinking than with pro-growth economic orthodoxy.

Land Ownership & Racial Justice

“We still think of land as property, as inert in some way and something that we can own. What if we related to the land as an animate object and had a reciprocal relationship with it?” Discussion between Josina Calliste and Mark Walton.

Are we Ready for a New Story of Humanity?

How can stories and narratives support systems change in the transition to a new story of humanity after COVID-19, one where we move forward together in a way that unites our global society?

Beyond Covid-19: Creating a New Planetary Narrative

Beyond Covid-19: Creating a New Planetary Narrative

Will the world after Covid-19 be followed by light-speed economic growth back to where we started? Or will we create a better world where wild animal markets and meat is out and vegan sandwiches are in, where poverty is no more, and a Real Green New Deal is more than just a dream?