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Growth or Degrowth: Which Path Should We Take? (image courtesy of Desazkundea via flickr)

Degrowth is an essential economic strategy to pursue in overdeveloped countries like the United States–for the well-being of the planet, of underdeveloped populations, and, yes, even of the sick, stressed, and overweight populations of overdeveloped countries.

Here you will find Chapter 2: The Path to Degrowth in Overdeveloped Countries from State of the World 2012, plus the accompanying 2-page policy brief.

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For more resources, visit the Club for Degrowth‘s website.

What is Degrowth?
Degrowth is the intentional redirection of economies away from the perpetual pursuit of growth. For economies beyond the limits of their ecosystems, this includes a planned and controlled contraction to get back in line with planetary boundaries, with the eventual creation of a steady-state economic system that is in balance with Earth’s limits.

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