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Culture, Democracy, Economy, Environment, Green Agenda Journal 2023: Volume Three, Social Justice

Talking degrowth in Zagreb

Anitra Nelson, scholar-activist and member of Degrowth Central Victoria, reports on a recent international degrowth conference and an international degrowth network assembly which took place in Zagreb in late August and early September. Zagreb (Croatia) provocatively winks at visitors. A human-scale capital of just one million inhabitants it has grown a museum of broken relationships, a museum of hangovers, a... Read More

by , 6 months ago


Democracy, Economy, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

Work for degrowth

With the ‘Greenslide’ and a substantial gain in seats towards holding the balance of power in the Senate, Australian Greens come out of the 2022 federal election stronger and more influential than ever. Similarly, the German Greens gained almost 15 percent of the votes in the September 2021 national elections. They doubled their 2017 election result, even if disappointing those... Read More

by Anitra Nelson , 2 years ago

Image description: A snail walking along a mossy tree branch to symbolise a snail, symbol of degrowth.