For more than half a century, economists and policymakers have focused fanatically on growth as the only feasible way to end global poverty and improve people’s lives. But in an era of planet-wide ecological breakdown, that comfortable conventional wisdom is crashing to an end. Jason Hickel lays it on the line.
An extraordinary gathering of frontline communities in Paris has been presenting evidence of crimes against nature. Nigerian poet and activist Nnimmo Bassey reports.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|The case for nature||The biodiversity emergency||January, 2021|
|We can’t grow our way out of poverty||How we make poverty||March, 2020|
|The duty to care for our common home||Technology justice||May, 2016|
|Two good days when crimes against nature were exposed||Paris Climate Talks - COP21||December, 2015|
|Putting the 'I' in ecocide||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|Stopping the Juggernaut||Humans vs. Nature||November, 2010|