Enough is Enough - Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources
Rob Dietz, Author and Economist
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“Enough should be the central concept in economics,” wrote Herman Daly, one of the founders of ecological economics. The world's economy, as it is currently run, is causing long-term environmental, societal and economic damage. Author and economist Rob Dietz, who co-authored the book “Enough is Enough: Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources” joins us to discuss how he thinks we can reverse this and how we can challenge the dominant "growth at any cost" thesis of contemporary economics.
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Tags: Ecological Economics, GDP, Herman Daly, Rob Dietz, Steady State Economy, Conservation, Sustainability