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Towards a New, Green Economy

Towards a New Green Economy thenextsystem towards a neThis paper is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative The Next System Project commissioned these papers in order to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussi

  • Title: Towards a New, Green Economy
  • Author: Peter A. Victor Tim Jackson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 291
  • Format: None
  • thenextsystem towards a neThis paper is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative The Next System Project commissioned these papers in order to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussion of new systems.Explorations of the green economy have until now mostly taken place at a national or international level This paper addresses the implicatithenextsystem towards a neThis paper is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative The Next System Project commissioned these papers in order to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussion of new systems.Explorations of the green economy have until now mostly taken place at a national or international level This paper addresses the implications of the green economy at the local level It offers analyses on the conceptual foundations for sustainable, people friendly community based economic activities and presents some empirical evidence for successful implementation of these ideas.

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    1 thought on “Towards a New, Green Economy

    1. This paper falls short of what it's stated goals are. And it hardly presents a new system. Instead it seeks to give people tips on how best to navigate the current system in order to bring about a more ecologically conscious future. It has a few quotes which are gems ("Prosperity today is an empty promise if it consistently undermines the conditions on which prosperity tomorrow depends.") and may be well targeted to economists or politicians, but seems ineffectual because its solutions are based [...]

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