Producing and consuming

A socio-economic development compatible with the planet’s physical boundaries requires fundamental changes in our production and consumption patterns. Beyond the necessary efficient management of natural resources – from extraction to recycling, this change is based on new social organisations, new patterns of employment and consumption.

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The new prosperity of rentiers

Will twenty-first century capitalism be as unequal and unstable as nineteenth-century capitalism? Even as predictions…

Pathways to sustainability in a crisis-ridden world

Crisis contexts inevitably open the door to "rethinking development". The current crisis involves each pillar…
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Date: 2013

Agriculture and food security: taking the measure of a global challenge

Food security, along with climate change and the current economic downturn, is a systemic crisis calling for a global…

Agriculture and transition in a globalized world

The question of the contribution of agriculture to economic development is hampered by the very concept of &quot…
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Date: 2012