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Liberation from excess - Niko Paech
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The road to a post-growth economy " Self-determination depends not in having much but on needing little." Niko PaechAfter a stressful week at work, we all feel we sometimes deserve a treat too: perhaps the latest smartphone, an iPad, or a flatscreen television. Before we know it, we are stuck in the vicious circle of consumer desire and time poverty. And that is not all: the constant demand for " more" ist causing raw materials to dessapear and driving environmental destruction forward.The world is still not ready to abandon the drug of " growth" . However, the debate about the end of excessiveness is gathering momentum.Sustainability researcher Niko Paech provides a timely polemic that unmasks the " green" growth as a myth. Yet " green" growth and " sustainable" consumption are seen as the new and best way forward. Despite this, the suptle distinction - here " good" , there " bad" growth - is held by Paech to be nothing than a sham.In his counter model of a post-growth economy, he calls for restrictions upon industrial value added processes and for patterns of self-suficiency to be strengthened. This form of economic activity would not only be more frugal but also more stable and environmentally friendly. And it would also provide a release for the many people who already find life in the rat race of material self-realisation very uncomfortable. Liberation from excess: " Self-determination depends not in having much but on needing little." Niko PaechAfter a stressful week at work, we all feel we sometimes deserve a treat too: perhaps the latest smartphone, an iPad, or a flatscreen television. Before we know it, we are stuck in the vicious circle of consumer desire and time poverty. And that is not all: the constant demand for " more" ist causing raw materials to dessapear and driving environmental destruction forward.The world is still not ready to abandon the drug of " growth" . However, the debate about the end of excessiveness is gathering momentum.Sustainability researcher Niko Paech provides a timely polemic that unmasks the " green" growth as a myth. Yet " green" growth and " sustainable" consumption are seen as the new and best way forward. Despite this, the suptle distinction - here " good" , there " bad" growth - is held by Paech to be nothing than a sham.In his counter model of a post-growth economy, he calls for restrictions upon industrial value added processes and for patterns of self-suficiency to be strengthened. This form of economic activity would not only be more frugal but also more stable and environmentally friendly. And it would also provide a release for the many people who already find life in the rat race of material self-realisation very uncomfortable. Gesellschaft Konsumverhalten Rohstoffe&Ressourcen nachhaltigerKonsum, Oekom Verlag

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Niko Paech:
Liberation from excess - nouveau livre

ISBN: 9783865815279

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The road to a post-growth economy " Self-determination depends not in having much but on needing little." Niko PaechAfter a stressful week at work, we all feel we sometimes deserve a treat too: perhaps the latest smartphone, an iPad, or a flatscreen television. Before we know it, we are stuck in the vicious circle of consumer desire and time poverty. And that is not all: the constant demand for " more" ist causing raw materials to dessapear and driving environmental destruction forward.The world is still not ready to abandon the drug of " growth" . However, the debate about the end of excessiveness is gathering momentum.Sustainability researcher Niko Paech provides a timely polemic that unmasks the " green" growth as a myth. Yet " green" growth and " sustainable" consumption are seen as the new and best way forward. Despite this, the suptle distinction - here " good" , there " bad" growth - is held by Paech to be nothing than a sham.In his counter model of a post-growth economy, he calls for restrictions upon industrial value added processes and for patterns of self-suficiency to be strengthened. This form of economic activity would not only be more frugal but also more stable and environmentally friendly. And it would also provide a release for the many people who already find life in the rat race of material self-realisation very uncomfortable. Liberation from excess: " Self-determination depends not in having much but on needing little." Niko PaechAfter a stressful week at work, we all feel we sometimes deserve a treat too: perhaps the latest smartphone, an iPad, or a flatscreen television. Before we know it, we are stuck in the vicious circle of consumer desire and time poverty. And that is not all: the constant demand for " more" ist causing raw materials to dessapear and driving environmental destruction forward.The world is still not ready to abandon the drug of " growth" . However, the debate about the end of excessiveness is gathering momentum.Sustainability researcher Niko Paech provides a timely polemic that unmasks the " green" growth as a myth. Yet " green" growth and " sustainable" consumption are seen as the new and best way forward. Despite this, the suptle distinction - here " good" , there " bad" growth - is held by Paech to be nothing than a sham.In his counter model of a post-growth economy, he calls for restrictions upon industrial value added processes and for patterns of self-suficiency to be strengthened. This form of economic activity would not only be more frugal but also more stable and environmentally friendly. And it would also provide a release for the many people who already find life in the rat race of material self-realisation very uncomfortable. Konsumerziehung, Oekom Verlag Gmbh

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Niko Paech:
Liberation from excess - nouveau livre

ISBN: 9783865815279

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The road to a post-growth economy `Self-determination depends not in having much but on needing little.` Niko PaechAfter a stressful week at work, we all feel we sometimes deserve a treat too: perhaps the latest smartphone, an iPad, or a flatscreen television. Before we know it, we are stuck in the vicious circle of consumer desire and time poverty. And that is not all: the constant demand for `more` ist causing raw materials to dessapear and driving environmental destruction forward.The world is still not ready to abandon the drug of `growth`. However, the debate about the end of excessiveness is gathering momentum.Sustainability researcher Niko Paech provides a timely polemic that unmasks the `green` growth as a myth. Yet `green` growth and `sustainable` consumption are seen as the new and best way forward. Despite this, the suptle distinction - here `good`, there `bad` growth - is held by Paech to be nothing than a sham.In his counter model of a post-growth economy, he calls for restrictions upon industrial value added processes and for patterns of self-suficiency to be strengthened. This form of economic activity would not only be more frugal but also more stable and environmentally friendly. And it would also provide a release for the many people who already find life in the rat race of material self-realisation very uncomfortable. Liberation from excess: `Self-determination depends not in having much but on needing little.` Niko PaechAfter a stressful week at work, we all feel we sometimes deserve a treat too: perhaps the latest smartphone, an iPad, or a flatscreen television. Before we know it, we are stuck in the vicious circle of consumer desire and time poverty. And that is not all: the constant demand for `more` ist causing raw materials to dessapear and driving environmental destruction forward.The world is still not ready to abandon the drug of `growth`. However, the debate about the end of excessiveness is gathering momentum.Sustainability researcher Niko Paech provides a timely polemic that unmasks the `green` growth as a myth. Yet `green` growth and `sustainable` consumption are seen as the new and best way forward. Despite this, the suptle distinction - here `good`, there `bad` growth - is held by Paech to be nothing than a sham.In his counter model of a post-growth economy, he calls for restrictions upon industrial value added processes and for patterns of self-suficiency to be strengthened. This form of economic activity would not only be more frugal but also more stable and environmentally friendly. And it would also provide a release for the many people who already find life in the rat race of material self-realisation very uncomfortable. Gesellschaft Konsumverhalten Rohstoffe&Ressourcen nachhaltigerKonsum, Oekom Verlag

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2012, ISBN: 9783865815279

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