Monday, September 24, 2018

Europe's post-growth economy

The collaborative commons movement is trying to have a larger effect on governments. We'll see what happens from this conference. From this piece:

"238 academics call on the European Union and its member states to plan for a post-growth future in which human and ecological wellbeing is prioritised over GDP. [...] This week, scientists, politicians, and policymakers are gathering in Brussels for a landmark conference. The aim of this event, organised by members of the European parliament from five different political groups, alongside trade unions and NGOs, is to explore possibilities for a 'post-growth economy' in Europe."

See the link for the details.

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