The growth paradigm: a critique | urban theory | Scoop.it

"The growth paradigm, as I use the term, refers to the proposition that economic growth is good, imperative, essentially limitless, and the principal remedy for a litany of social problems. The growth paradigm appears ubiquitous, even natural, but it is uniquely modern."

 

Brilliant historical analysis of the paradigm of eternal, limitless growth By Gareth Dale. Very relevant for current thinking on the need for new one-planet economy.


Via Willy De Backer