Radical Ecological Democracy: A Path Forward for India and Beyond

  July 2014 Bulletin Dear GTI Readers, This month, our publications survey the landscape of global civil society, identifying both challenges and opportunities. Burkhard Gnärig argues that international civil society organizations are wedded to a model of governance and operations out of sync with today’s challenges. They will need to …

Other News: FACING UP TO INEQUALITY: NEW APPROACHES BEYOND ECONOMISM

FACING UP TO INEQUALITY: NEW APPROACHES BEYOND ECONOMISM Hazel Henderson* Grim recent studies reveal the shocking increase in inequality globally, both between and within countries. Anti-poverty economic policies since World War II have done little, except for their notable success in China. Worldwide, the share of nations’ productivity increases going …

Better is Better Than More: Complexity, Economic Progress, and Qualitative Growth

Michael Benedikt and Michael Oden Center for Sustainable Development Working Paper Series – 2011(01) In this Working Paper from the Center for Sustainable Development at the University of Texas at Austin, authors Benedikt and Oden argue that “quality is more than an outlying variable addressed by adding a term (or …

Better is Better Than More: Complexity, Economic Progress, and Qualitative Growth

Michael Benedikt and Michael Oden Center for Sustainable Development Working Paper Series – 2011(01) In this Working Paper from the Center for Sustianable Development at the Univeristy of Texas at Austin, authors Benedikt and Oden argue that “quality is more than an outlying variable addressed by adding a term (or …