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Growing France Towards a Degrowth Economy » Moving Toward ...

Growing France Towards a Degrowth Economy » Moving Toward ... | green ERR | Scoop.it
A note to the new French president on how he can degrow France's economy, growing jobs & opportunities in the process.
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Green accounting movement to recognize costs of using natural resources gains global traction

Green accounting movement to recognize costs of using natural resources gains global traction | green ERR | Scoop.it
NEW DELHI — What is a sip of clean water worth? Is there economic value in the shade of a tree? And how much would you pay for a breath of fresh air? (RT @MeganDeYoung1: Annually, we loose $2.5-$4 trillion from envron.
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Rio+20, Debate with UN reveals tensions in Green economy

Rio+20, Debate with UN reveals tensions in Green economy | green ERR | Scoop.it
International Peasant's Voice ("@DeborahDoaneWDM: video: debate on Green Economy proposals at #rioplus20 with UNEPs Achim Steiner & @via_campesina http://t.co/POCEHsBA."...)...
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Rio+20: the basics | The World

Rio+20: the basics | The World | green ERR | Scoop.it
The +20 thing is because the conference is being held on the 20th anniversary of the 1992 Rio earth summit, a huge event which was attended by more than 100 world leaders, including then US president George Bush.
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We Must Abandon the Religion of Growth – Serge Latouche - Blog

We Must Abandon the Religion of Growth – Serge Latouche - Blog | green ERR | Scoop.it
In the place of the current dominant system, Latouche argues for « a society of assumed sobriety ; to work less in order to live better lives, to consume less products but of better quality, to produce less waste and recycle more.
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