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The Complementary aspects to Permaculture: Ecological Economics

As per the only other one present in yesterday's meeting (Cameron), I am going to discuss the steady state economy which is detailed in this link:
I suggest that you copy and paste it into a word file for easy perusal,etc.

By the way, The Oil Drum has excellent articles about energy, etc.

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  • Patrick M.

    I had a nice discussion about how the economists are consistently missing the ball by not taking in account the harm done to the Biosphere. Furthermore, I was asked bout marginal utility and I described it as how valuable an extra good is. For example, if you are hungry, an apple is worth 1$. The second one 50 cents, etc, and the 10th one may well have a negative value due to indigestion! Like the cliche, too much of a good thing is bad for you!

    July 28, 2010

  • Sean

    See also

    Just for starters. The automaticearth blog is an off shoot from theoildrum.

    Modern Economics puts a scientific mask on, but is really a form of top down political control via the "means of production". Capitalism really isn't much different than Socialism; the difference being labels such as "private" or "public" ownership, or control by a few within a societal hierarchy.

    July 13, 2010

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