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We’re grateful for today’s guest post by Michelle Bastian from the Sustaining Time project, which addresses the most intriguing question ’What is the time of a sustainable economy?’The project is based around the idea that different kinds of economic systems seem to be associated with different kinds of time. For example, industrial capitalism...
Guest post from Emma Hallett (Project Manager) at Design Lab about an exciting project: Recycling is one of the most widely adopted environmental actions in the UK – three-quarters of us see ourselves as “committed recyclers”. However, even when you have done all you can to reduce,...
A new economy respects natural resource limits and the earth’s ecosystems. So these are taken into account in business practices and balance sheets. The commonly held view is that this is an expensive distraction from making money. But as things change, this will make more financial...
A new economy which is resilient and sustainable needs to find ways to do business within the limits of natural resources, and the ability of the earth to absorb polluting waste. This requires a fundamental re-thinking of some things we take for granted: progress, growth, our relationship...