Cop-out CoP and the elephant in the room

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

Infinite Plastic Pollution Meets Systemic Inelasticity

-gaiageld- https://www.youtube.com/embed/Hr6RqGg6ExE Don’t miss this fantastic plastic video! Plastic waste? In the 1970’s economists typically dismissed the “Limits to Growth” report as “worthless science” and “ignorance masquerading as knowledge”. Robert Solow’s possibly illogical but impressively complex maths of “Eternal Growth” obscured his own ignorant limits of imagination. “Solow and colleagues never considered outputs—waste and pollution—to be more … Continue reading Infinite Plastic Pollution Meets Systemic Inelasticity

Is Greenwashing the New Money Laundering?

greenwashing - updatessee alsoclimate crisis ESG’s, green finance + investmentVorsprung durch Grünwaschensustainability Not exactly. It’s not new. And it’s a lot bigger. Greenwash Guy Pearse 2012 The trillions involved are likely to dwarf the entire history of money laundering. Dig into the numbers below. But lets look on the bright sunny core of greenwashing. Unlike money … Continue reading Is Greenwashing the New Money Laundering?

Karlsruhe goes green ?!

Karlsruhe korrigiert die Regierung : Es gibt eine Recht auf Lebenserwartung!  "Versagt": Nach dem spektakulären Karlsruher Urteil zum Klimaschutzgesetz hat die Aktivistin Neubauer im nachtmagazin die Koalition kritisiert. Ministerin Schulze hingegen sprach in den tagesthemen von "Rückenwind". Fridays-for-Future-Aktivistin Luisa Neubauer hat das Lob aus der Politik für die Klimaschutz-Entscheidung des Bundesverfassungsgerichts als "grenzenlos scheinheilig" bezeichnet. … Continue reading Karlsruhe goes green ?!

Fresh Fish Anyone?

European Union (EU) - Spain - Fisheries - Tuna - Overfishing - African Union - Senegal - Fishery

State of the Planet

“Transformative changes are now necessary" says the Nobel report. Will the event be a spectacle of technological inventions? Would be nice to see some monetary innovations, too. Just follow the money ... nobelprize.org  our planet our future - solutions sessions On day three of the Nobel Prize Summit our partners will be hosting events that … Continue reading State of the Planet

GROWTH! What Growth?

Alf_Hornborg writes in his article “How to turn an ocean liner”:  “Although soon reduced to a heterodox and marginalized position, the critique of growth has continued to challenge mainstream dogmas of economics and policy for over four decades. Countless debates have raged on what exactly is the problem of sustainability, whether the design of taxes … Continue reading GROWTH! What Growth?