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
source: John Feffer 2021 resilience.org , originally published 20-12-2021 by Foreign Policy In Focus GaiaMoney is revisiting DeGrowth for Xmas with John Feffer's question: "Can those who advocate hitting the brakes on economic growth get their message across before it’s too late?" "Over the last three decades, a growing number of scientists and ecologists have argued … Continue reading The “Selling” of DeGrowth – or how to soft sell the hardest sale ever – by John Feffer
85% are thinking about it see also >DeGrowth >Growth! What Growth? >Ecological Economics >Greenwash >Green Finance/Investment/ESG academia.edu 7-2022 The sustainability of civilisations and the long view of History by Karim Jaufeerally In a previous article we argued that modern economic systems require large quantities of raw materials and energy to run and generate equally … Continue reading SUSTAINABILITY – eco- green- de-GROWTH
degrowth updates here Décroissance, or degrowth, is a story of hope amidst adversity. Just like Xmas. Born of the adversities of a poisoned and plundered planet, degrowthers say "No! No More! Let's get out of the Old National Market Hall of Sickly Scarcity and into the New Global Banquet Hall of Happy Abundance... Yes, contrary … Continue reading DeGrowth – Décroissance for Xmas anyone?