The Artificial World
“In a very real sense our reigning neoclassical economic orthodoxy has been developed in an artificial world where resources are infinite, and waste, including garbage, pollution, toxins, and environmental degradation, don’t exist, and where our socioeconomic system functions in a void rather than being nested within the biosphere.”
~ Tom Wessels in this novel The Myth of Progress: Toward a Sustainable Future (2006)
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~ Rachel Carson, in her novel Silent Spring (1962)
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Pace of Progress
“Unfortunately, the current pace of progress is not nearly rapid enough, with many rich industrialized countries being slow to make the transition to cleaner and more efficient forms of economic growth.”
~ Nicholas Stern, in his article “Climate change is here now and it could lead to global conflict” (2014)
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