Degrowth: if not now when?

by | Aug 31, 2022 | from our networks

From the illusion of green growth to a democracy of the earth

10 years after the Third International Conference on degrowth, ecological sustainability and social equity , we intend to involve a new network of associations and institutions to promote another meeting in Venice, lasting three days, to take stock of the situation, relaunch concrete ideas and proposals and make visible that profound change in the model of civilization to which we are called.

We imagine this new Conference as an opportunity not only for comparison and discussion but as a highly proactive moment for presenting projects and joint work proposals, with open methodologies and in-depth workshops aimed at developing shared campaigns and initiatives.

Venice 2022 in fact should not be understood as an isolated moment, but rather as a prospect of work. It must be the horizon of a journey of meetings, events, seminars, workshops, training and experiential activities, organized by the different realities in the different territories, to prepare the collective appointment.

Among the issues we intend to deal with are those of climate change, agro-ecology and the food supply chain, the protection of ecosystems and biodiversity, health protection, rethinking production, reproduction and care, struggle to sexual, generational, racial and species abuse and discrimination.

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