Growth(s) c / Growth(s) is model to actively distinguish the oversimplified and singular 'growth narrative' that dominates contemporary capitalism from it's intrinsic and extrinsic elements. By considering the seemingly innate human desire for growth as both a natural infinite phenomenon and an artificial exploitation of finite natural resources, we might be able to begin a process of parallel continued growth and decelerated or erradicated degrowth through incentivisation / regulation / criminalisation. #FridaysforFuture
Created in conjunction with conversations upon 'the nature of growth' with David Schneider and J. Paul Neeley.
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