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Editorial: Degrowth

Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.519-522, April 2010


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Resource IDlatouche2010
Resource titleEditorial: Degrowth
Author(s)Serge Latouche
Publication/ sourceJournal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.519-522
Date publishedApril 2010
Summary text/ abstractLet us immediately specify that degrowth is not a concept, and in any case, not one that is symmetrical to growth. It is a political slogan with theoretical implications. The watchword of degrowth especially has an aim to strongly signal the abandonment of the target of growth for the sake of growth, a foolish objective whose engine is precisely the unrestrained search for profit by the holders of capital, and whose consequences are disastrous for the environment. Rigorously, it would be best to speak about "a-growth", as one speaks about atheism. It actually means quite precisely, the abandonment of a religion: the religion of the economy, growth, progress and development.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Economics, 'Limits to Growth', Simplicity
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