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Green House's 'post-growth' project: an introduction By Rupert Read
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This paper introduces Green House’s ‘post-growth project,’ a new series of reports designed to show that an alternative to the false dichotomy between growth and austerity, is... More > necessary, possible and desirable. It is necessary because planetary limits will in any event end growth soon. It is possible in that we believe (and the post-growth project reports will show) that we can now begin to plot a path to a post-growth world, and a vision of that world. It is desirable because much about that world will actually be better than the world we now inhabit.< Less
Post-growth Common Sense By Rupert Read
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Much of Green House’s Post-growth project has been about describing the post-growth world. But to get to that world we have to discover a better way of talking about it, a way of making it... More > common sense. In this inventive and provocative essay Rupert Read addresses this problem, drawing on some of the latest thinking in political communications. Paradoxically he argues that the best way to talk about the post-growth economy may be to talk less about it.< Less
Guardians of the Future By Rupert Read
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A Green House report by Rupert Read, prepared as a discussion paper for the Alliance for Future Generations, whose members have agreed to work "to ensure that long- termism and the needs of... More > future generations are brought into the heart of UK democracy and policy processes, in order to safeguard the earth and secure intergenerational justice". The proposal made in this report is intended to do precisely that, through a modification to the architecture of Parliament.< Less
Strangled by the Duopoly By Rupert Read, John Hare
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This report argues that any discussion of party funding that does not examine the wider crisis of UK democracy – including questions of electoral system, participation-rates and corporate power... More > – is an exercise in deckchair-rearrangement. For this reason, this report goes beyond the narrow ‘traditional’ domain of party-funding to consider the funding question in the context of the broader crisis. The public are being utterly consistent in seeking to end the corrupt culture of the big donors and to refuse to give further money to the governing parties that have ceased to represent anything more than a small minority of the population. John Hare and Rupert Read’s recommendations are consistent with that consistency...< Less