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Aim high, degrow: dialogues on degrowth

22.01.2024

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Session 6: Transitioning to a degrowth future: naïve or revolutionary?

April 18th, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EST (Eastern Standard Time).

With Barbara Muraca, Hubert Buch-Hansen and the moderator Justin Podur.

Discussion on the potential pathways for a degrowth transition. Is it a feasible path forward? Is feasibility even the right yardstick when it comes to assessing transitions and transformations? What are the main challenges and advantages to a degrowth future?

Register now for Session 6: Transitioning to a degrowth future: naïve or revolutionary?

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