Once again, Brooklyn's wonderful sf bookstore Singularity & Co is running a Kickstarter drive to research and acquire the rights to lost, brilliant science fiction classics, convert them to ebooks, and release them as free or low-cost ebooks (the last campaign rescued 36 books!)
Whenever I meet someone Korean, I talk to them in Korean. Inevitably, they respond by asking how I could possibly have found interest enough in their country to study its language for seven years and counting.
In industrialized societies, where so many people regard economic growth as the essence of human progress, the idea of deliberately rejecting growth is seen as insane. Yet that is more or less what the planet’s ecosystems are saying right now about the world economy. It’s also the message of an expanding movement, Degrowth, that is particularly strong in Europe and the global South.
David Bollier reviews "Degrowth: A Vocabulary for a New Era"
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