green techno - sustainable technologies newcivilengineer.com 13-1-2022 Underwater turbines tipped to provide 10% of UK energy - By Catherine Kennedy Undersea turbines could generate a tenth of Britain’s power in the future, according to a government-backed sustainable energy research company. Tidal stream energy uses turbines to extract energy from moving water in oceans and rivers, … Continue reading green techno – sustainable technologies
see also DeGrowth-auf-deutschDeGrowthDe-Growth – Post Growth – Post WachstumGrowth! What growth?GDPeco crisisclimate crisis energysustainabilityresources academia.edu ggm/pdf 2020 Figuring out how to live in a post-pandemic world by Christopher Ryan Maboloc This investigation looks into important questions in a post-pandemic world. Humans are resilient beings who have overcome great catastrophes in the past. In this Covid-19 pandemic, … Continue reading Post Pandemic
I am copping out of my CoP post. I am way off target. Instead of editing my article reviews I got lost in a meandering mishmash of a maybe essay on money, value and growth. Like "Growth! What Growth?" Trying to think (too) big was probably inspired by the Dawn of Everything. I've had too … Continue reading Cop-out CoP and the elephant in the room
book reviews -The Dawn of Everything - A New History of Humanity by David Graeber and David Wengrow - 'This is not a book. This is an intellectual feast' Nassim Nicholas Taleb - click image to read
Check out this fresh package of Doughnut Economics - A series of four lectures covering the fundamentals of Doughnut Economics, hosted by Ubiquity University New DEAL economics see also: https://gaiageld.com/kate-raworth/ https://gaiageld.com/2020/12/23/decroissance-for-xmas-anyone/ https://gaiageld.com/2021/01/04/degrowth-auf-deutsch/ https://gaiageld.com/ecological-economics/
Rethinking Trade + Development: Towards a Post Hegemonic World. A star studded cast of classic hetero economists talk off and against the mainstream tide
John Rapley's Twilight of the Money Gods is the story of economics, told not as the science it strove to be, but as the religion it became. "I am an international development practitioner from Bangladesh. Every day I see firsthand how nice elegant economic models, with their neat assumptions, often don’t survive their encounter with reality."
endorsements A way to understanding an alternative future. – Juliet Schor, Sociology, Boston CollegeA book of dazzling breadth, provocative and persuasive scholarship. – Sylvia Marcos, Mexican feminist activist and scholarFor too long the North has imposed its one-size-fits-all agenda on the South. – Dan O’Neill, economist, University of LeedsThis Dictionary charts pathways for … Continue reading diversity 101 = pluriverse