Tag: localization

Not on the agenda in Glasgow: real climate action

The fastest and most reliable way to reduce emissions is to make fundamental changes to the economy. But how can the economy be transformed in ways that actually improve people’s lives – providing the huge environmental benefits we need without enormous social and economic costs?
The answer is simple: economic localization.

Nine Ways to Create a Local, Regenerative Economy

We need to address the failures of capitalism and its ineffective reforms head-on by creating decentralized and cooperative local economies, emphasizing local production with local resources, to meet local needs, and to build local wealth.

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.