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Enough is Enough: A path to true prosperity
The authors of a new book lay out why and how to change our economic goal “from the madness of more to the wisdom of enough”.
Nicholas Stern: ‘I got it wrong on climate change – it’s far, far worse’
With climate change impacts already beyond expert predictions there is no more time to delay our response.
World Economic Forum report offers view of global risks
This year's list of chief concerns includes severe wealth gaps, chronic fiscal imbalances, rising emissions and water shortages.
Japan as the new normal: Living in a constrained economy
With the end of economic growth a possibility, Japan can offer insight on new forms of economic and societal behaviour.
Why your health is bigger than your body
New research explains how the interrelationship between politics, economics and ecology can help or hurt our bodies.
The inclusive wealth of nations
Using an innovative approach to value natural resources, the Inclusive Wealth Index could guide economies towards a sustainable future.
How fear led world leaders to betray green economy
The author of Prosperity Without Growth says that despite a staggering lack of responsibility from politicians, there is still a route to a better economic system.
To finance change, finance has to change
An international alliance of community-focused banks is hoping to spur transition to a sustainable economic picture.
Why are climate scientists ignoring peak oil and coal?
In a world of peak oil and of escalating economic and political volatility, perhaps climate change scenarios need to be rethought.
Is Cancún climate deal a pig’s ear?
In a guest editorial, a young journalist argues that a positive image has been given to an outcome that is not as valuable as it has been made out to be.
Cancún and the new economics of climate change
In this commentary two experts argue that COP16 should see the world embracing the 'new economics' that are more compatible with climate science.
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