Monthly Archives: November 2012

Steady State Manchester delivers

Since the early summer I’ve been working on something rather challenging, a report on what a Steady State Economy would look like in Manchester and its region.  We’ve known since 1972 that there are finite limits to growth.  The scenarios, … Continue reading

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Inequality juxtaposition: you couldn’t make it up!

An interesting post on New Statesman website presents the latest data on international ‘Spirit Level’ comparisons – Ukania in a dire position as before.  But just look at the advert that appears on the page!  I don’t think NS vets … Continue reading

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