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July/August 2009


What if the ongoing economic recession is not just a regrettable temporary setback in the never-ending march of growth-fuelled prosperity, but the beginning of a painful but ecologically necessary process of scaling back our footprint to a more sustainable level? How would we go about reorganizing our society and economy around conservation and community well-being rather than economic growth and short-term profit?

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