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  • Thought provoking and encouraging

    Watching the world consume itself today can be depressing. The inability of the earth to sustain perpetual GDP growth is in conflict with humanity's apparent inability to conceive of a system that does not require it. We appear to be on a path to disaster of some kind, ecological, humanitarian or geopolitical. This book sets out ideas for alternative ways. Taken merely as ideas they could be dismissed as utopian fantasies. But there are concrete examples as well, of small steps already taken. It does leave one thinking that maybe there are enough people also interested in preserving the earth, rather than just preserving their own personal wealth and status, that the apparent downward path being followed by populist governments can be reversed.

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  • Not hungry for more

    The concept of the doughnut is great, but the implications for economic teaching remain rather vague.

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