Anitra Nelson is Honorary Principal Fellow at the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She is the author of Small is Necessary: Shared Living on a Shared Planet (Pluto, 2018) and is co-editor of Food for Degrowth (Routledge, 2020) with Ferne Edwards.
Could living in smaller homes and sharing our living spaces be the solution to achieving ecological sustainability and reducing social inequalities? Anitra Nelson considers how we could overcome the environmental and social challenges we face by...Read full article
What is degrowth? This deeply political environmental movement could be the answer to the multiple problems of capitalism and its constant need for growth.Read full article
Featuring noted degrowth movement spokesperson Vincent Liegey (Budapest) and Australian degrowth advocate Anitra Nelson (University of Melbourne). Moderated by FireWorks Series editor Gargi Bhattacharya.MORE INFO & TICKETS
Anitra Nelson and Derek Wall join us online at Housmans to provide an accessible introduction to the degrowth movement.
A sense of urgency pervades global environmentalism, and the degrowth movement is bursting into the mainstream. As...MORE INFO & TICKETS