User Online: 2 | Timeout: 01:09Uhr ⟳ | Ihre Anmerkungen | Verein (VfÖ) | Info | Auswahl | Logout | AAA  Mobil →
BNELIT - Datenbank zu Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung: wissenschaftliche Literatur und Materialien
Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung: wiss. Literatur und Materialien (BNELIT)
Datensätze des Ergebnisses:
Suche: Auswahl zeigen
Treffer:1
Sortierungen
1. Verfasserwerk
(Korrektur)Anmerkung zu einem Objekt von BNE-LITERATUR per email Dieses Objekt in Ihre Merkliste aufnehmen (Cookies erlauben!) in den Download Korb (max. 50)!
Verfasser/-in:
Hauptsachtitel:
Prosperity without growth.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Economics for a finite planet.
Erscheinungsort:
London
Erscheinungsjahr:
ISBN:
9781844078943
 
1844078949
 
9781849770002
 
184977000X
 
9781849713238
 
1849713235
Titelbild:
Kleinbild
Kurzinfo:
"Prosperity without Growth" challenges the assumption of continued economic expansion in rich countries, providing a radical re-think of embedded, unquestioned assumptions and showing it is necessary - and possible - to have increased and widespread prosperity without economic growth. The book starts with a compelling analysis of the consequences, for the planet and for people's wellbeing, of the relentless pursuit of economic growth. It illustrates why a return to 'business as usual' after the current financial crisis is not an option. Prosperity for a few founded on ecological destruction and persistent social injustice is no foundation for a civilized society. The current economic crisis presents a unique opportunity to invest in change and a future that delivers lasting prosperity for the predicted 9 billion people who will inhabit the earth in 2050. The author - a leading expert and adviser to the UK government - concludes by outlining pathways towards a sustainable economy. The book open up dialog on the most urgent task of our times - the challenge of a new prosperity encompassing our ability to flourish as human beings - within the ecological limits of a finite planet.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Acknowledgements

Forewords by Herman E. Daly, Bill McKibben, Mary Robinson and Pavan Sukhdev

1 Prosperity Lost
2 The Age of Irresponsibility
3 Redefining Prosperity
4 The Dilemma of Growth
5 The Myth of Decoupling
6 The 'Iron Cage' of Consumerism
7 Keynesianism and the 'Green New Deal'
8 Ecological Macro-economics
9 Flourishing - Within Limits
10 Governance for Prosperity
11 The Transition to a Sustainable Economy
12 A Lasting Prosperity

Appendices

List of Figures, Tables and Boxes

List of Acronyms and Abbreviations

Notes

References
Original-Quelle (URL):