Our discussion last week on ‘Prosperity without Growth’ by Tim Jackson was both expansive and at times involved, yet it felt a bit like trying to catch a wet frog blindfolded. To some extent this metaphor extends to what many thought of the book, it clearly sets out how the present economic system is unsustainable,Continue reading “Account of discussion on ‘Prosperity without Growth’ by Tim Jackson (6th June 2013)”
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Boundaries, Biodiversity, and Beer!
An account of the inaugural Green-Thinkers Bookclub I thoroughly enjoyed our first Green-Thinkers debate and the little grey cells were certainly stimulated. Having selected a contemporary book ‘The God Species’ by Mark Lynas that challenges some ‘scared green cows’ there was plenty to discuss taking us past the official going home time, and then afterwardsContinue reading “Boundaries, Biodiversity, and Beer!”